A little more than two months ago, the Missouri Tiger football team lost to Arkansas in the Independence Bowl. While a loss in a bowl game is nothing to write home about, it was certainly a step in the right direction for Mizzou, who hadn’t been to the post season—or had a winning record—in five years. Yesterday, Missouri opened up the first of 15 spring practices. The biggest move is sophomore Dedrick Harrington from the defensive backfield to inside linebacker. The Tigers will have their first scrimmage on March 13, another on April 3 and the Black and Gold Game on April 10.