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November 17, 2009

Tuesday's Top Tigers

Tuesday's Top Tigers makes its return to PowerMizzou.com. A player's ranking one week has no bearing on his placement on the list the next week. This is our list of the 11 Tigers who had, in our opinion, the best performances in the 38-12 win over Kansas State:

Tuesday's Top Tigers
RANK PLAYER THE ANALYSIS LAST WEEK
1 Danario Alexander, WR It wasn't just the 200 yards, 10 catches and three touchdowns, it was the way he got them. Alexander exhibited every skill you could want a wide receiver to have in a single afternoon. 1
2 Blaine Gabbert, QB Gabbert threw for 298 yards, ran for 35, didn't turn it over and wasn't sacked. All told, probably his best game of the season. 3
3 Sean Weatherspoon, LB Spoon once again led the team in tackles and was all over the field. More important than that, he's the leader of this team and got his teammates' attention coming off a loss that could have wrecked the season. 2
4 Jerrell Jackson, WR Jackson had a career-high in catches and yards. He was over 100 all-purpose yards and gave the Tigers a legitimate second threat on offense. NR
5 Brian Coulter, DE Coulter had his best game of the season, coming up with seven tackles. He tracked Grant Gregory and Daniel Thomas all over the field as the Tigers mostly shut down the KSU run game. NR
6 Dominique Hamilton, DT Hamilton followed up a career-game against Baylor with another eight-tackle performance and was a big factor in the Cats' inability to run the ball. 4
7 Kurtis Gregory, OG Gabbert was never close to being sacked and the line did its job. Gregory pulled and absolutely destroyed a blitzing linebacker on one pass play that stood out. NR
8 Derrick Washington, TB Washington got better as the game went on and salted things away with two fourth quarter touchdowns, including one drive where he played quarterback on every snap. NR
9 Austin Wuebbels, OG The line was great and while penalties were a problem, the left guard spot didn't pick one up for the first time in recent memory. NR
10 Zaviar Gooden, LB Gooden continued his emergence with five tackles and made what might have been the play of the game on Brandon Banks' fumble into the end zone. NR
11 Kip Edwards, CB Elevated on to the two-deep for this game, Edwards made three tackles and a bid for more playing time down the stretch. NR


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