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Bernie Miklasz of 101 ESPN wants you to ignore Missouri's 'junk stats' on offense and wonders whether it would even make sense to fire head coach Barry Odom during the season.
What happened to Alabama's competition? The inevitability of another Crimson Tide SEC coronation is already creeping in.
Take a look back on the best performances of Week 3 in the SEC and look ahead to Week 4.
Alabama, as usual, tops the rankings, but Mississippi State makes a big jump up the list, while Tennessee continues to sink.
David Blough passed for one touchdown and ran for another as Purdue dominated Missouri, 35-3 in a nonconference football battle Saturday.
Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer
Missouri entered today's game 10th in the SEC in total defense, allowing 425.5 yards per game. The Tigers allowed more than half that total (230 yards) in the first quarter today against Purdue. Mizzou is getting blown out 28-0 in the second quarter and is getting out-gained at home 336-47 only days after firing DC DeMontie Cross.
Olivia Harlan ESPN Reporter
RB Damarea Crockett told me he will play tomorrow (left 3rd Q last week with bruised tailbone). Been doing a lot of cryotherapy and sleeping on his stomach. Normal reps in shells in Thursday's practice. (Was on track for 4 consecutive 100 yd rushing games before injury)
Bernie Miklasz and Brandon Kiley of 101 ESPN wonder why the Tigers are such big favorites over Purdue considering how poor their offense has been against Power 5 teams.
Along with the "gimme" games, this week features some intriguing matchups -- especially K-State vs. Vanderbilt.
Dan Wolken from USA Today joined Bernie Miklasz to discuss Missouri football and how hot Barry Odom's seat could be in Columbia, Mo. after the firing of DeMontie Cross.
Bernie Miklasz of 101 ESPN explains why the firing of Missouri defensive coordinator DeMontie Cross does not increase his confidence in head coach Barry Odom.
Take a look back on the best performances of Week 2 in the SEC and look ahead to Week 3.
It's hard to quibble with a quarterback winning his first road start -- at Notre Dame -- so it's no surprise the Bulldogs are on the rise.
Missouri announced Sunday night that defensive coordinator and linebackers coach DeMontie Cross was being relieved of his duties effective immediately.