COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) Highlighted by Leonard Fournette of LSU and Alabama's Derrick Henry, the eventual Heisman trophy winner, the Southeastern Conference boasted some of the nation's top rushing attacks in 2015.
Missouri's was not one of them.
In the wake of back-to-back division championships, the Tigers' struggles in 2015 were historic. Tallying 1,385 rushing yards and only five rushing touchdowns, Missouri finished the season ranked 127th out of 128 Bowl Subdivision teams in scoring - the worst finish in school history.