Missouri coach Barry Odom said he wanted a “boring” spring game on Saturday, and he might get just that.
The Tigers offense will be without one of its main weapons as wide receiver Emanuel Hall will be out of the game after suffering an injury to his shoulder during Thursday’s practice, according to Mitchell Forde.
While the injury will keep him out of the annual scrimmage, the team is reporting that Hall will be fully recovered by July 1 and the start of fall camp. In 2017, Hall caught 33 passes for 817 yards and 8 touchdowns and should be a big target for quarterback Drew Lock this season.
Another Tigers wide receiver, Richaud Floyd, suffered a twisted ankle during Thursday’s practice but should be able to play Saturday, according to Forde. Floyd caught 14 passes for 170 yards and 2 touchdowns as a sophomore in 2017.