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The Missouri Tigers will face off the Minnesota Golden Gophers in the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl on January 1, 2015 1:00 P.M. ET at Florida Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Florida. Missouri was a surprise this season, winning the SEC East to go along with a 10-3 record. The Tigers went 7-1 record in the SEC, it’s only lost was the game against the Georgia Bulldogs where they held scoreless 34-0.
Missouri linebacker Eric Beisel watches from the bench during the second quarter of the Tigers football game against the Razorbacks at Memorial Stadium on Friday, Nov. 28, 2014. Metadata: f/5.6; 1/1600; ISO 1250; 400mm focal length
Missouri didn’t pull ahead until the fourth quarter of today’s game. It was looking pretty dreary, so during the second quarter, I tried to capitalize on that mood and…
How real of a deal are they? The win over the Aggies was their fifth of the season over a ranked team, which certainly helps with the computers, but probably won’t be enough with the pollsters, unless they look quite convincing in the SEC championship game while Ohio State either lose or look pretty bad against Michigan State. Missouri came out of nowhere, without a preseason ranking, which always hurts, but looking deeper into their record reveals that their wins were more a combination of perfect timing than actual being a powerhouse in the SEC East.
The Georgia Bulldogs are silently getting back into the groove and even in the college football rankings. With all the attention in the SEC, Georgia will always be part of the conversations.
Coming off from a win over Vanderbilt, 44-17, last Saturday, the Bulldogs are in the right track to compete and to capture the SEC East. However, there are so many things to improve if the Bulldogs want to…
The rampant rumors on where the 6’6″, 230 pound wideout would land have finally come to an end on National Signing Day today, as Dorial Green-Beckham has chosen to play his collegiate football for Gary Pinkel and the Missouri Tigers.