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Uncut Diamonds Streaming Live On SECN+

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COLUMBIA, Mo. – A behind-the-scenes look at University of Missouri football – Uncut Diamonds – is airing in full on SEC Network+.

Originally a five-part series which aired on Mizzou’s social channels during the spring, Uncut Diamonds has been combined into one program for airing on SECN+.

Fans can visit today to view the program. An ESPN+ or SECN+ subscription is required. For more information, visit this page.

The documentary includes:

  • The journey of Head Coach Eliah Drinkwitz from Springdale HS to Mizzou. 
  • The Ambush offense, new coordinator Kirby Moore and the Tigers’ first scrimmage of the spring campaign.
  • Defensive Coordinator Blake Baker and the unfinished business which brought a number of starters back for one more year in the black and gold.
  • The main tenets of the Tigers Football program – the goal of chasing two dreams, one in football and one outside of football. Everyone in the program plays a role, from academics to nutrition to sports performance and sports medicine.
  • A look at the brotherhood surrounding the Tigers program and how it connects college football hall of famers and national award winners to the current roster. The final Lockout of spring.

Mizzou opens the season on Thursday, August 31, against South Dakota at Memorial Stadium. The game kicks off at 7 p.m. CT and airs on SEC Network and the Tiger Radio Network. The SEC Nation pregame crew will be on hand to broadcast its pregame show from Faurot Field.

Season tickets for the 2023 campaign are on sale now! The Tigers’ robust home schedule features games against Kansas State, LSU, South Carolina, Tennessee and Florida. 

Purchase your 2023 season tickets now by calling 1-800-CAT-PAWS or buying online. Fans interested in learning more about available seats can fill out an interest form.

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This article is provided by University of Missouri Athletics