Mizzou is 3-0 and there is a BIG game tomorrow if you did not know already against Georgia who is pretty good. It is going to take a great game from many Mizzou players, but which one (or unit) is most important? Here is what Twitter had to say:
Not a huge surprise here, but after the lack-luster showing at Purdue, many people are focusing on the secondary as the most important unit for the game against Georgia, which makes sense because Jake Fromm is a pretty darn good quarterback.
Personally, I am looking for a big game from TBJ. If he causes chaos up front like we all know he can, that will make the game that much easier for the entire defensive unit.
Here are some of the replies:
Drew Lock. I know a bunch will pick the secondary, but they can play like no secondary ever has for Mizzou and UGA can still grind out a win. Mizzou wins, and only wins, if Drew Lock lights it up.— Erik Erickson (@Mac6uffin) September 19, 2018
All in favor of a Heisman like performance from Drew Lock say “I!”
The entire offensive line will have to play “lights out”. Good pass protection and run blocking will give Mizzou a chance.— Adam DeMargel (@adamdemargel) September 20, 2018
Pound. The. Rock.
I went with Entire Secondary for this poll, because I think Lock will get his, but if Mizzou can't at least slow UGA down, it will get ugly. I think a case could be made for Fatony, too, actually.— GreenChile (@4CornersHiker) September 19, 2018
These are two great choices and I regret not putting Fatony on here, honestly.
Stopping the run on defense and no three and outs on offense.— MarkMizzou ♂️ (@MMS5833) September 19, 2018
Pretty Simple. That would usually translate to a W, right?
Now, it’s your turn to vote! Let us know what you think in the comments or let me know on Twitter @Mhill_.
Which player (or unit) is most important to Mizzou this Saturday against Georgia?
This poll is closed
Terry Beckner Jr.
The Entire Secondary
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