This 2014 season of the Missouri Tigers will be a make or break for the program and their future in the dominant SEC conference. Coming off a season that saw the Tigers rattling off a four game win streak then collapsing against the spotlight and just barely making a bowl game. Coming off the momentum of a Music City Bowl victory, expect the Tigers to make some more noise than last year. Offensively the Tigers lost some key pieces to graduation and star running back Henry Josey to the NFL Draft. Corbin Berkstresser takes the reigns at QB and looks to bring back the offenses of Chase Daniel, and Blaine Gabbert. Berkstresser is more of a spread QB and has the size to help the short yard situations. Defensively the Tigers are young at almost every position except the DT spots. Defense could be a learning experience this year with this young team, but talent wise they have what it takes to make this year a very special season. Recruiting the Tigers only need two players 1FS and 1SS, with 25 scholarships available look for the tigers to aggressively recruit those two needs as well as bolster their O line and Defensive Interior to SEC standards. (LARGE and Athletic) The Tigers arguably have the Toughest schedule in that they face 6 of the top 25 with three of those games on the road. Two top 10 teams split at home and the road. Should be interesting to see what the tigers can do. Truly a tough test for this young team.