In case you’re interested, Jake Rowe has a description of some of Missouri’s tendencies for you to check out here – not that, judging from what’s happened in the last two weeks, any of that’s really going to matter if Georgia can’t block and tackle better.
Then there’s this.
It’s pretty tough to nail down Missouri’s tendencies as a defense because its defensive line spends so much time stunting. Down after down the Missouri front four has something cooked up with some sort of slant or stunt to keep the offensive line guessing.
On film, they look like read stunts, meaning that the defensive linemen don’t necessarily know where they are going at the snap. They read the blocks of the offensive linemen and adjust on the fly. It makes them incredibly effective.
Missouri doesn’t blitz a ton. The Tigers would rather rely on a talented front four to pressure the quarterback and keep everything in front in the secondary.
Oh, Greyson. I don’t play, but even my sphincter tightened a little when I read that.