The Missouri Tigers completed the first of 21 August practices as they prepare for their inaugural season in the SEC. Mizzou wide receiver T.J. Moe is tired of the hype and lack of respect shown towards the Tigers. He’s done with all of the SEC talk and just wants to get back on the field.
When Moe actually gets on the field, is still to be determined. Moe said he tweaked his hamstring a few weeks ago. Both he and head coach Gary Pinkel brushed it off as nothing major. Moe still stretched and ran, but stayed out of seven-on-seven drills on Thursday, as temperatures hung around the low 90’s on the Tigers outdoor practice fields.
Moe was on the sidelines and had Dorial Green-Beckham next to him the whole time during those passing drills. Moe says he was just trying to offer up what he was seeing on the field and remembers back to his freshman year and how the older players helped him along. Fans are ready to see what DGB can do this season, but as far as becoming a starter, Moe says not so fast.
AUDIO One on one interview with T.J. Moe (4:oo)