Examining all the reasons Missouri fans are using to talk themselves into — or out of — enthusiasm for the Tigers’ new offensive coordinator Usually in this space, to mark the hire of new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Derek Dooley, I’d launch into a spreadsheet-laden statistical analysis of what his hire could mean for Missouri’s offense, based on the past performance of Dooley’s offenses at his previous coaching stops.
Here’s the thing, though: I can’t. Well, I could, but it would be disingenuous, as Dooley has never had primary responsibility for an offense.
So, bereft of any substantial quantitative means of evaluating Barry Odom’s new offense czar, I fall back on a far more treacherous realm in my computer brain: qualitative.


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