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Vanderbilt bucks and Missouri knucks, plus a review of hoops' opening week

Daniel Jones and Cameron Teague Robinson begin the podcast with the song "Knuck if You Buck," which Missouri football has started using to hype up defensive third downs. They talk about the biggest plays of the football season and the potential for eight or nine wins. Cam sheds some insight on the women's basketball team's home opener against Missouri State and the men's blowout at Iowa State and where each team goes from here.


Hey there, Mark Smith (and other vibes from hoops' first week)

Daniel Jones and Cameron Teague Robinson give their early impressions for the season-opening victories for men's and women's hoops. Cam forces the first use of the "beep" censor in podcast history. Danny gives an update on football interviews from Tuesday and a quick look ahead to the Tigers' game against Vanderbilt.


Wild predictions for men's and women's hoops, plus a preview of Missouri's trip to The Swamp

Daniel Jones and Cameron Teague Robinson start off with some thoughts on Missouri's women's basketball team's season-opening win over Missouri Western. Cam speaks on his first impression of women's freshman Akira Levy. Danny addresses Drew Lock's struggles against SEC competition this year and how it could pertain to this weekend's matchup at Florida. Danny and Cam give a prediction on the win total for the men's and women's basketball team.


The postmortem from Missouri's brutal 15-14 loss to Kentucky

Daniel Jones, Cameron Teague Robinson and Garrick Hodge review Missouri's 15-14 loss to Kentucky that sent the Tigers to 4-4 and 0-4 in the SEC. Who's to blame for the fourth-quarter meltdown? How was Missouri unable to gain a first down in the second half? And which coaching decisions deserve the most scrutiny?


What's the way forward for Missouri basketball without Jontay?

Daniel Jones and Cameron Teague Robinson briefly discuss a Wall Street Journal article that ranks Missouri as the world's sixth-best travel destination in 2018 before diving into how the Tigers will cope without do-it-all forward Jontay Porter this season. They also give a preview of the football team's upcoming game against Kentucky and give a shoutout to the 24th-ranked Missouri volleyball team.


Missouri pounds Memphis to get back over .500

Daniel Jones, Cameron Teague Robinson, Garrick Hodge and Eric Blum combine for a "quad pod" to review Missouri's 65-33 win over Memphis. They discuss how Drew Lock got back on track, where the defense succeeded and failed and the fourth-down play that changed the course of the game. They also provide an update from the Mizzou Madness event that provided a look at the men's and women's basketball teams.


Is Missouri really 9.5 points better than Memphis, like Las Vegas says?

Daniel Jones and Garrick Hodge discuss Missouri's upcoming game as 9.5-point favorites against Memphis, which boasts the nation's top rusher in Darrell Henderson and one of the country's most efficient quarterbacks in Brady White. They review Terez Hall's ejection against Alabama and look at where Drew Lock has room to improve after a rough three-game stretch.


SEC men's basketball talk with ESPN national college basketball writer Myron Medcalf

The Tribune's Missouri men's basketball beat writer Cameron Teague Robinson talks with Myron Medcalf, an ESPN national college basketball writer at SEC Media Days. Is the SEC the best basketball conference in the SEC? Just how good is Jontay Porter? Where does Missouri rank in the SEC and more. Myron discuss it all on today's podcast.


Why Missouri's 3-2 start is different from what everyone expected, plus looking ahead to Alabama

Daniel Jones and Cameron Teague Robinson start by discussing a series at The Athletic with stories from beat writers about the worst teams they've ever covered. They then talk about how Missouri's 3-2 start feels different than most people predicted and the challenge the Tigers face playing at Alabama.


Previewing South Carolina and reviewing last week in hoops recruiting

Daniel Jones and Cam Teague Robinson go over some old travel stories and talk about the major storylines for Missouri's trip to South Carolina. Can the Tigers fix their punt return woes? Can they contain the Gamecocks' pair of excellent receivers? And can the run game continue its momentum from the Georgia game? Plus, what the basketball team can expect from Mario McKinney and why EJ Liddell's commitment to Ohio State really hurt.


The good, the bad and the ugly from Missouri's 43-29 loss to Georgia

Daniel Jones, Cam Teague Robinson and Garrick Hodge review Missouri's 43-29 loss to Georgia from the press box (making them unwitting viewers of a recruiting visit halfway through the podcast). They talk about an impressive first-half outing from the Tigers' defense, an underwhelming performance by Drew Lock and what Bulldogs coach Kirby Smart said about how the Bulldogs shut down Missouri's high-powered offense.


Previewing Georgia with Marc Weiszer of the Athens Banner-Herald

Daniel Jones and Cameron Teague Robinson go over the key matchups for Missouri's contest against No. 2 Georgia, including Emanuel Hall against one of the best cover corners in the country and the Tigers' defensive line against the Bulldogs massive offensive line. Then Daniel talks to Georgia beat writer Marc Weiszer about the Bulldogs' 3-0 start and if they have any weaknesses to be exploited on offense or defense.


Recapping Missouri 40-37 win (yes, a win) over Purdue

Daniel Jones and Garrick Hodge take a few moments from their hotel room Sunday morning in Lafayette, Indiana, to recap Missouri's 40-37 win and a historic night by Purdue QB David Blough. How the secondary fell apart; where the pass rush failed; Larry Rountree's big night; and a review of Drew Lock's performance.


Previewing Purdue, and while we're on the subject of Boilermakers...

The subject of Boilermakers has Daniel Jones and Cam Teague Robinson thinking about their favorite cocktails (0:54). That leads to a discussion about the 11 a.m. kickoff against Georgia on Sept. 22 (5:45). They then get into a review of last year's game between Missouri and Purdue and how the roles have flipped this season (8:30). They compare Purdue's offense with Missouri's offense with key players for both sides (14:03) and talk about the Tigers' need for an improved run game (19:31).


Missouri beats Wyoming, moves to 2-0 for first time under Barry Odom

Tribune sportswriters Daniel Jones, Cameron Teague Robinson and Garrick Hodge recap Missouri's 40-13 win over Wyoming from the press box. They talk about the solid back-to-back outings from the Tigers' defense, where Drew Lock thrived and missed and the sizzling start to the season from Emanuel Hall.


Talking Wyoming with beat writer Brandon Foster

Daniel Jones and Cam Teague Robinson preview Missouri's Week 2 matchup against Wyoming and get an opposing view from Cowboys beat writer Brandon Foster of the Casper Star-Tribune.


Missouri wins the season opener... and it goes pretty well

Daniel Jones, Cameron Teague Robinson and Garrick Hodge break down Missouri's Week 1 victory over UT-Martin from the press box. Topics include Drew Lock moving into second place in passing yards in Missouri history; Kam Scott and Jalen Knox making a strong first impression at wide receiver; the injuries from Week 1; a ho-hum start to the run game; and the 14 freshmen that made their debuts on Saturday. They also take questions from viewers on Facebook Live.


A Missouri football over/under season preview

Columbia Daily Tribune reporters Cameron Teague Robinson and Daniel Jones are joined by Sports Editor Garrick Hodge to make some over/under predictions on Missouri's season. How many touchdowns will Drew Lock throw? How many games will Missouri win? We answer those and more before the Tigers open the season Saturday against UT-Martin


Three words each on Missouri's linebackers and defensive backs

Daniel Jones and Cameron Teague Robinson finish their season preview of Missouri's roster by going in on the linebackers and defensive backs slated to start in Week 1. Three words is just a jumping off point to mention how Brandon Lee and Khalil Oliver are smarter than us and DeMarkus Acy is tuned into underground rap. Players featured: Brandon Lee, Cale Garrett, Terez Hall, Khalil Oliver, Cam Hilton, DeMarkus Acy, Adam Sparks.


Reviewing the depth chart and giving 3 words each on Missouri's OL and DL

Daniel Jones and Garrick Hodge review Missouri's Week 1 depth chart, which was released Tuesday morning. They then continue their preview of the roster by giving three words each -- and their proper context -- about the players on the offensive and defensive line. Players featured: Yasir Durant, Kevin Pendleton, Trystan Colon-Castillo, Tre'Vour Wallace-Simms, Paul Adams, Chris Turner, Terry Beckner Jr., Walter Palmore, Jordan Elliott and Tre Williams.