Quarterback Phil Snowden and his favorite pass-catcher Russ Sloan shared some stories before the Tigers kicked off with the Gators in Gainesville.
It was another night where Missouri’s offense struggled, but luckily the defense was there to bail it out. The Tigers had just 119 yards of total offense. Quarterback Maty Mauk threw for just 20 yards. But it didn’t matter.
The win puts the Tigers (5-2, 2-1 in the Southeastern Conference) back in the thick of the SEC East division race. Florida suffered its third conference loss.
The Tigers are just three strokes behind third-place South Carolina and seven behind first-place Louisville.
If you look at Missouri's and Florida's numbers, you’ll see two statistically comparable teams. But the Gators may have an edge in a couple of areas. Going into Saturday’s game, here are some things to watch.
The Tigers struggled to find rhythm on the court. "Even our inconsistencies are inconsistent," coach Wayne Kreklow said.
Tiger and Gator fans had a lot to say Saturday after Missouri chomped Florida, 42-13.
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Missouri sophomore tight end's carefree personality helps him deal with gameday crowds. The Florida native will need to make the most of that trait when his Tigers play the Gators on Saturday in what's sure to be an emotionalhomecoming trip for Culkin.
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"I've had better Saturdays than Saturday," Gary Pinkel quipped earlier this week. But there's not much to joke about after Saturday's shellacking by Georgia, the Tigers' second loss in three games.
D'Angelo Allen and Jakeenan Gant are expected to be charged with a misdemeanor after they were arrested on suspicion of third-degree assault in September.
Keanau Post and Ryan Rosburg combine for 23 points in Missouri men's basketball scrimmage.
The sophomore quarterback's struggle through two Southeastern Conference games has given way to the most scrutiny he's faced since arriving on campus.
The Tigers will play Mississippi State in an interdivisional game set for 8 p.m. on Nov. 5.
He is retiring at the end of the academic year in order to pursue further treatment for recurring prostate cancer.
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Missouri is coming off its first shutout since 2002. Florida, the team's next opponent, has also had its share of offensive troubles.