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Former Mizzou player continues his playing career in 'fan controlled football league'


Richaud Floyd was a wide receiver for the Missouri Tigers from 2015-18 and a defensive back in 2019. Over his four years of playing (he was redshirted his freshman year) Floyd accumulated 22 receptions for 302 yards and 2 touchdowns and as a DB only got a pair of tackles. However, where Richaud Floyd really made his impact was in the return game where in four seasons of play, he had 29 punt returns for 420 yards and 3 touchdowns. Floyd was never a "big time" NFL prospect or a truly explosive player for the Tigers, but his time at Mizzou has now led him to life in the fan controlled football bubble.

Wednesday night Richaud Floyd was selected by the Wild Aces of the FCF (Fan Controlled Football league) where he gave a little shoutout to Mizzou with his dress choice but he likely won't be a Wild Ace for long. See, in fan-controlled football the fans control everything including the rosters with a league-wide draft held every Wednesday so Richaud could be on a new team every week. In addition to allowing fans to draft teams, fan controlled football also allows fans to call plays in-game so Mizzou fans could decide what routes they want to see Richaud run or dictate how they want him to play. It's also worth mentioning that in addition to Floyd, the FCF has signed former XFL QB Quinton Flowers, former Uconn QB David Pindell, former FSU star Deondre Francois, and 2012 Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel.

If you're interested in calling plays for the former Mizzou wideout or just anyone in the league for that matter, be sure to sign up for fan controlled football at and catch all the games on their Twitch page.

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