After losing at home to the Vanderbilt Commodores, 19-15, on Saturday night, the Missouri Tigers voiced their frustrations with their start as they strive to turn the season into a successful one.
At 0-3 in conference play in their first season in the SEC (and 3-3 overall), the Tigers began venting their displeasures right after Saturday's loss, according to a report by Terez Paylor of The Kansas City Star.
Paylor's article detailed defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson "yelling at teammates" after the Vanderbilt loss.
Here's Richardson, from the report:
"I was frustrated. Just emotions coming out...we put a lot into this, man...put in hours of gameplanning, hours of practice in. We put a lot into this season, and we want more than what we're getting out of it."
"We're tired of losing in the SEC, so it's time for a wake-up call," Richardson added, in the report. "This is the meaty part of our SEC schedule...we're trying to get to where we need to be."
Missouri will have a chance to turn things around in a big way, as they host the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide on Saturday.