Georgia @ Mizzou
Missouri's 21-20 win over South Carolina last week was the 11th time in Gary Pinkel's 14-year tenure that the Tigers have come back from a double-digit deficit to win a game.
The University of Missouri football game on Saturday, October 11th has been chosen for an 11 a.m. (central time) kickoff, with the game being televised on CBS.
UK sits in a three-way tie for second in the East.
No. 23 Missouri's home game against No. 13 Georgia will kick off at 11 a.m. on CBS, the SEC announced Sunday.
The loss doesn't really affect the depth chart, as Jones had only seen limited action in one game this season, recording a pass break up in his lone appearance of the season against Troy. But he follows Sheldon Dawson (unspecified dismissal) and Rico Johnson (medical disqualification) as the third Bulldog defensive back lost in the past week. With Brendan Langley's move back to defense, Georgia has 11 healthy scholarship DBs left plus walk-on starter Aaron Davis. So that's not really the issue.
This Saturday, the Georgia Bulldogs head to the "good" Columbia to take on the leaders of the SEC East, the Missouri Tigers. I'm very worried about this game. Let me explain... no, there is too much. Let me sum up: They're at least as likely to beat us as South Carolina was. Therefore, I'm letting the following people, places, and things know that, for Week 7, You're On Notice, Dawg!
In a very early line, Georgia opens as a 3-point favorite at Missouri. http://t.co/7234u4r2NC— Seth Emerson (@SethEmerson) October 5, 2014
Michael Scherer (pronounced "Shear")
We decided to try it out this week to try and explain why Kentrell Brothers' 10-tackle game against South Carolina on Saturday was better than his 10-tackle game against Georgia last year.
Will Missouri get enough production from the frontcourt? Even if Williams maintains his status as one of the SEC’s best rebounders — he averaged 6.5 rebounds as a freshman — and increases his offensive production, the Tigers will need more from their frontcourt. Rosburg started 32 of 35 games as a sophomore but only averaged 4.8 points and 4.1 rebounds, though he did shoot 71.6 percent from the field.
Clark then, perhaps, can be a guide for his teammates. Seven of them are in their first year of eligibility, six in their first few months on campus. All are adjusting to a new coach. It is a team, Anderson admitted on the eve of the first practice, that is searching for a leader.
Sorry Coach Fulford, we couldn't outdraw Auburn/Mississippi State
We need a night game at The Zou next Saturday @SEC Much appreciated...— Rob Fulford (@rfulford) October 4, 2014
EJ Gaines first INT comes v Jeremy Maclin, Clarkson and Brown face Kobe
Of the duo, it would appear Jabari Brown would be the favorite to make the Lakers roster. The main reason rests on the fact that Brown was a solid all-around scorer during his time at Missouri. During the prior season, Brown proved he could score from everywhere on the court, including 41 percent from the perimeter.
Brown is also capable of cutting into the paint and working around the rim. During his final year at Missouri, Brown converted a solid 58 percent of his attempts from inside the restricted area. Another key aspect of Brown's offensive repertoire would be his ability to get to the charity stripe, which is highlighted by him averaging 8.3 free throw attempts per 40 minutes, exceeding the likes of Andrew Wiggins, Jordan Adams and Nik Stauskas.
The Black Mamba went right back after Clarkson during Thursday's scrimmage session, showing off more of those vintage moves of yesteryear:
The Missouri soccer team used first-career goals from Jessica Herrman and Allie Hess to beat Kentucky 2-1 on Friday. The Tigers will go for the weekend sweep when they play Vanderbilt at 1 p.m. Sunday at Walton Stadium. The game will be televised on the SEC Network+.
At some point this past Friday I read that little remark after reading some comment section about the Oregon loss. I couldn't help but think how true this statement was (and even more true now). Not since 2007 has there really been this much chaos within the polls. That year was referred to as "The Year of The Upset" by some. However, I had to actually go back to see how much chaos actually did take place that year.
3. I like the 11:00 a.m start. I know others don't really love it for tailgating reasons, and I get that. I also understand how a big game like this makes sense at night. Even for me, who doesn't tailgate, leaving home at 7:30 a.m. for a game isn't always great, as I'm a night owl. But, I like day games and I like getting home at 5 or 6. And the fact the Royals and Cardinals will both likely be playing early evening to late evening games, this is actually good for the many fans (and there are many) who want to watch both the Tigers and their favorite baseball team. Both being in the LCS -- if they can clinch it -- is very special for our state. So, I approve of the early start time and my guess is by next Saturday, many fans complaining today will be thankful too!
Came up with a graphic way to represent defensive production. Here it is: Legend Based on this, here are Georgia's top defenders.