Missouri Tigers Season Prediction, What Will Happen
So how much do you believe that things are different now?
There’s certainly a huge upgrade at the talent level in a few spots thanks to the latest recruiting class, there are plenty of veterans to work around, and there’s a general feeling that things are about to crank up and the program doesn’t continue to be so …
Of course, predictability is great if you’re trying to figure out win totals, but really, is Missouri ready to start beating good teams?
Set The Missouri Tigers Regular Season Win Total At … 6
Back to the predictability – for the most part, Mizzou doesn’t lose to teams it should beat.
It should take care of Louisiana Tech, Abilene Christian, New Mexico State, and a home game against Vanderbilt – and it’s coming after a week off – for a rock-solid base of four wins.
And then this gets tricky.
Of course Missouri should be able to be able to come up with at least two wins out of the other eight games, right?
There’s no Alabama to face. There’s no Texas A&M, or Ole Miss, or Mississippi State. But the annual date against Arkansas is hardly easy now, and the Auburn game is on the road.
At Kansas State, at Florida, at South Carolina, at Tennessee – Missouri will probably be the underdog in all four games. Georgia and Kentucky are the other home games.
Yeah, Missouri will get at least two wins out of all that and go bowling, but it’s not going to be a breeze.