It has been a tough year to be a Missouri fan so far, cheering for a pitiful defense that can’t stop anybody.
Check out how Faurot Field was almost empty for the start of the second half of the Tigers game against the Purdue Boilermakers, as the visiting team was leading 28-3. The majority of the fans weren’t getting snacks or going to the restroom. The empty seats were abandoned or unoccupied at the start of the game.
Missouri fans didn’t have a lot of faith to stick around for the rest of the game to see how their team would finish. Coach Barry Odom has a lot of work to do on defense to gain fan support back. The 2017 season could be a rough one for the Tigers.
Second half kickoff. This is as big a problem as the scoreboard pic.twitter.com/1O6BKAN6x8
— Gabe DeArmond (@GabeDeArmond) September 16, 2017
Source: Saturday Down South