The upset of the year so far in college football sent MU players into a brief frenzy before they refocused for a Homecoming win that night.
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The Tigers beat Ole Miss 38-27 on Saturday.
The Tigers had three backs combine for 219 yards against an Ole Miss team whose run defense had been a strength coming into Columbia.
Liam, Nick and Bennett discuss injuries to Mizzou players, look forward to the Ole Miss game and play another game of MU Opponent or "MU Professor."
Missouri copes with a lack of clarity as to who its opponent's quarterback will be on Homecoming weekend.
Bryant spoke Tuesday for the first time since his injury against Troy, and MU coach Barry Odom said the quarterback is good to go on Homecoming.
The senior linebacker suffered the initial injury on a play late in the first quarter.
Georgia, Florida and Missouri are the three remaining teams who haven't lost a conference game, but the Tigers are just getting started with their SEC schedule.
No reason was provided in a statement from the football team.