The SEC East champ will be Mizzou?

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  1. KANSASGATOR
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    I think MU will sneak into this thing when they beat Georgia this week. They are much better this year; last year was a mess on the oline with injuries. QB/TB were both injured as well.

    We could struggle there, as could USC. The only other tough game they have in the SEC is aTm.

    BTW, their over under in wins was 5.5 before the season. A healthy bet on the over seems like a good move now.(5-0)

    Given Georgia's issues, MU could lay the beat down on them this week. If only there was a way both teams could lose.

    Who do you have? UF, UGA, USC, MU? I am hoping the Gators can do it, and if they do, the play of our oline/running backs must improve.
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    Definitely a trap game for us. NOT looking forward to that one.
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    they won't win the east. they may beat one of UGA, USC or UF(i hope not us obviously) but no way they beat 2/3. they still havn't played a defense or played even a decent team yet so until i see something great out of them at UGA i am not buying stock in mizzou
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    What? They have to play, UGA, UF, USC, back to back to back to , then play t A&M. They may win one of those games if they are lucky. Tennesse will be getting better imho as the year wears on. That's no gimmee for them.

    No way they "sneak' in.
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    If they're playing as well as OP thinks they are when we play them, it definitely won't be a trap game. The team wouldn't take an undefeated Mizzou team that beat Georgia lightly.
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    They lose at least 3.
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    They aren't going to beat UGA.
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    Oh, I agree. Just saying that if they somehow did, it would definitely not be a trap game for us.
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    Playing Mizz at noon, after being in a war with LSU in Death Valley, has trap written all over it, IMO.
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    the meat of their schedule is definitely ahead of them, or should I say, they only teams on their schedule are still ahead of them.

    Geez - anyone have an easier road than them so far?
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    I think if they beat UGA that would certainly get our attention more so than they already have. IF we had a let down at that point it would likely only be due to the fact that LSu beat us up pretty good, physically speaking. I see what you are saying, though.
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    noon for us, 11 there. even worse.
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    They haven't played anyone yet.
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    Guess we'll see what they got against the poodles. With all those injuries, Mizz should (at least) make it a completive game. If. not win it. (I think they will)
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    UF, UGA, USC. I could see Missouri winning at home, but I think they lose a close one in Athens. I think we'll throw more midrange passes and work in some play action early against a suspect secondary, which should open up some delayed run plays. Plus, I don't think we'll have a harder time running inside against LSU than we've had against anyone else. This isn't their normal powerhouse dline.
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    reminds me of the mississippi state hype last year.
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    UF beats LSU this weekend. Our D will cut their seasonal production down by at least half. TM manages a great game. We'll pick and peck with the running game and break off a few big plays in the passing game. Im feeling a 30-24 win for the Gators.

    We'll put together a decent season (barring injuries) and be back in Atlanta for the first time in too long.
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    Do you look forward to any game? :laugh:
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    even with a backup RB, uga will light up missouri in athens and win easy. fla should beat them in a close game.
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    They could totally beat UGA. UGA is in shambles right now, there's no better time to play them.

    I suspect they'll lose two between UGA, UF, USC and TAMU. I don't think they have much of a defense, so this UGA-MO game should have a lot of points going. But against USC and UF they could find themselves thwarted to the tune of 30-17 or so.

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