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Mizzou Link for Tuesday, November 24

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The Schedule Roulette continues...

Going to start this morning off with an internet trend.

How it started:

How it’s going:

That’s how we’re doing it now, right? Just in a single tweet?

All kidding aside, this was pretty easy to see coming. Arkansas — like Missouri, it should be noted — has been struggling with their own roster limit issues, and has more recently been dealing with COVID-19 and contract tracing issues. To be honest, every game feels like it’s on shaky ground these days, but the writing on the wall seemed to be underlined this week.

All is not lost, though. Missouri is still playing (as of now), and will take on Vanderbilt, which had to postpone its game against Tennessee. And they seem just as confused about this as the rest of us.

Anyway, let’s not hold our breath. After all, Missouri is right up against the margins as is, and just lost another body to the transfer portal on Monday. So there’s probably a 50-50 shot this game goes on as is... though Eli Drinkwitz has proven he’ll fudge the numbers a little bit if it means playing.

So today’s lesson is... I don’t know. Don’t get your hopes up for more football? Or at least don’t expect anything to go as planned?

In any case, wear a mask and social distance.


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