Jeffrey M’Ba’s blogs after football visits to Missouri, Oklahoma and Jackson State


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Hello everyone, it’s me again Jeffrey M’Ba. I am delighted to be back to share my experiences with all of you!

I have made several visits since the last time you heard from me, and they were all very exciting.

I started the trip by going to see the Missouri Tigers on Friday. It was a lovely visit, and I really appreciate that they took the movie of the two teammates who came with me and watched it and loved them. So maybe they will come up with them too.

During the visit, I spent time with the D line coach (Al Davis), and he told my friend and I what he can do for us. I walked around the campus and it was beautiful. I really enjoyed it.

Then I went to Norman, Oklahoma for the game against Iowa State on Saturday.

I really liked Norman. The game was crazy. The stadium was packed, so it was kinda crazy to see a big stadium full of people like that. Overall the visit went very well as well.

Oklahoma was the second game I attended this year outside of Miami, and they were both great games, but they were different. Miami it was less crowded so there were better seats for yourself. Miami fans were celebrating and waving the “U” so it was fun to watch.

I’m in Jackson State right now, and I really really enjoy my visit here. It’s not an official tour so I had to pay for my food and hotel and everything, but I really wanted to be able to see Jackson State, and I enjoyed it very much.

All these trips have tired me, but there is still a lot to do before returning to my university home.

I’m in Auburn this weekend for the Iron Bowl, and I’m very excited to see this rivalry. I have Tennessee after that, then Oregon. I have yet another official tour to use, but haven’t decided where I’m going to use it.

I’ll talk to you guys soon!

M’Ba blog archives

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