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Tiger Talking.

On Wednesday night’s latest edition of Eli Drinkwtiz’s radio show, “Tiger Talk”, a special guest just so happened to be Mizzou’s all-time winningest head coach, Gary Pinkel.

On Saturday night’s upcoming against No. 1 Georgia, Pinkel will be honored after the first timeout of the first quarter for his induction into the National Football Foundation College Football of Fame.

Some pics from Pinkel at Shiloh Bar & Grill with Mike Kelly:

More highlights from “Tiger Talk” — as Mike Kelly said that Mizzou is nearing a sellout crowd for Saturday night (yes, make all the jokes about Georgia fans taking over as much as you can).

Drinkwitz had some high praise on Georgia’s tight end Brock Bowers:

Some more funny quotes from Pinkel:

If you missed last night’s edition of “Tiger Talk”, you can find the full episode here on Inside Mizzou Athletics.

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