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Tigers tweet about their exhaustion, fans, Carrie Underwood

Friday, September 21, 2012 | 12:00 p.m. CDT

The Missouri football players are very grateful for Missouri fans this week. They also had a lot to say about how tired and sleepy they were after their big game.

The players shared some words of inspiration for their Twitter fans, and some had a lot to say about the CMA Music Festival and Monday Night Football.

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Each week the Missourian brings you a glimpse into the lives of the players by sharing tweets they have posted publicly on Twitter. To find more posts, follow the Missourian's Twitter list of Tiger football players. If you are interested in finding out what South Carolina folks are tweeting about the upcoming game, follow the Missourian's Twitter list of South Carolina players, coaches and other public figures

If you can't see the tweets embedded below, click here to view them on Storify.com

Supervising editor is Joy Mayer.


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