Missouri football made a transition from the Big 12 to the SEC this decade, and the move wasn’t that difficult for the Tigers, who won two division titles in the SEC East.
The Missouri football team is heading into the 2020s with a new head coach. That is rare for the Tigers, who have only had three head coaches over the past 25 years. But the fourth coach is taking over as Mizzou closes out the decade and moves into next year.
That coach is Eliah Drinkwitz, and hopefully his transition into the SEC and into the new year is as easy as the Tigers had moving from one conference to the other this past decade. Sure, Mizzou’s first year was a bit of a struggle, but the Tigers followed that losing season up with back-to-back SEC East titles and trips to Atlanta for the SEC championship.
Those teams surely provided some of the best games over the past 10 years. But what other teams made the list? Gary Pinkel’s teams were great, but coach Barry Odom had some talent, too, headlined by former Mizzou QB Drew Lock.
He had some nice wins over his four seasons leading the Tigers attack. Were any of his games good enough to crack the top 10 for the Missouri football team?
Here’s a look back at the top 10 games the football program had during the 2010s.