Sep 21, 2013; Bloomington, IN, USA; Missouri Tigers head coach Gary Pinkel reacts with wide receiver Bud Sasser (21) and running back Marcus Murphy (6) during the second half at Memorial Stadium. Missouri defeats Indiana 45-28. Mandatory Credit: Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

Morning Zou: October 2nd

Its the return of the Morning Zou! This post showcases some awesome articles from around the web about the Tigers. If you have a website or links to suggest for later editions of the Morning Zou, go down to the comments section below and give it to us there.

It is an exciting week in Missouri football before the first SEC game against Vanderbilt. Here are some links from around the web about Mizzou football from Tuesday and Wednesday.

Missouri Football Starts SEC Play Saturday against Vanderbilt
“Missouri football begins the Southeastern Conference portion of its 2013 schedule at Vanderbilt on Saturday, Oct. 5, with a 6:30 p.m. CT kickoff televised by CSS.”

Missouri Football, Week 5 Depth Chart Notes

“This week’s Game Notes are available (PDF). Here are some comments on the Mizzou depth chart as the Tigers prepare for Vanderbilt.”

Mizzou- Vanderbilt Television Affiliates Secured

“Television affiliate information has been finalized for the University of Missouri football game on Oct. 5th at Vanderbilt, as announced by the Southeastern Conference. Six different outlets have agreed to broadcast the game, which will be televised by Comcast Sports South (CSS) and will kick at 6:30 p.m. (central) in Nashville, Tenn.”

Tigers Vs. Red Wolves Wrap Up: Tigers Report Card
From our FanSided network friends at

“The final score looked like the Missouri Tigers had an easy time of it with the Arkansas State Red Wolves, just as expected Saturday. This wasn’t actually the case for the Tigers in their final tune up before starting the SEC portion of their schedule next week.”

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