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October 28, 2008

Tuesday's Top Tigers

No one covers the Tigers like PowerMizzou.com. We will be there every day during Missouri's trek toward a possible Big 12 title. Sign up today to start your Free Seven-Day Trial. Tuesday's Top Tigers makes its return to PowerMizzou.com. Each week from now through the end of football season, we will rank the 11 Tigers who had the best week of practice or game the previous week. A player's ranking one week has no bearing on his placement on the list the next week. This is our list of the 11 Tigers who had, in our opinion, the best performances in the 58-0 win over Colorado:

Tuesday's Top Tigers
RANK PLAYER THE ANALYSIS LAST WEEK
1 Jeremy Maclin, WR Maclin was everywhere. He is on pace to shatter his receiving numbers from his all-American season a year ago and is undoubtedly a better receiver than he was as a freshman. N/A
2 Stryker Sulak, DE Asked to play more than usual because Tommy Chavis was out, Sulak responded with two sacks, a forced fumble and what Gary Pinkel called his best game of the season. N/A
3 Luke Lambert, LB On the field much more because of Colorado's offensive alignment, Lambert had eight tackles and was all over the field. N/A
4 Brock Christopher, LB Christopher seemed to be in on every single tackle, particularly in the first half. N/A
5 Brian Coulter, DE Coulter set the tone with his tackle on the punter on the opening drive and ended the night with three tackles for a loss in a breakout game. N/A
6 Chase Daniel, QB With five touchdowns, the quarterback Tiger fans have gotten used to seeing was back in fine form. N/A
7 Jacquies Smith, DE In his first start, Smith had six tackles and has fans wondering if he has earned start number two. N/A
8 Castine Bridges, CB Bridges led the team in tackles and had another solid performance. NR
9 Jeff Wolfert, K After making all ten of his kicks, Mr. Automatic is now the career leader in kicking accuracy in NCAA history. NR
10 Chase Coffman, TE Coffman should probably be higher based on the one-handed catch in the end zone. He now has more catches than any Division One tight end in history. Pinkel has called him Superman twice in the last two weeks. Has a nice ring. N/A
11 DeVion Moore, RB Moore has not gotten a ton of time, but the 64-yard touchdown run showed his immense potential. N/A
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