I don't want this to turn into a blame game or pissing match and I'm not criticizing our OC, players or anybody else, but I finally watched the Mizzou game today for the first time and the first thing I noticed, very early on, is that the Mizzou defense seemed to know exactly what was coming. Not taking away from how well the Mizzou players played, or how poorly we played, but it looked to me like more than that, almost like their players were tipped off as to exactly what was coming. Maybe it's just predictability, poor player effort, horrible play calling (as most would suggest), or maybe we don't have the talent level, but I don't think so. I think it's more than that. Mizzou is good but they aren't that good. We've heard from other teams in the past, especially after losses, that they knew our signals and audibles and knew exactly what was coming. That looked like the case to me against Mizzou. Every single player on the Mizzou defense seemed to know exactly what was coming and swarmed to the point of attack. So my question for some of the guys here with coaching experience is if this is the case how do we fix it? Is it as simple as changing signals or tendencies? If they've got somebody stealing our signals, can we prevent that?