The Missouri Tigers make #25 in the AP rankings and now with games coming up against Georgia and South Carolina, the Tigers are sitting in a position to really make some noise in the East Division.
Jadaveon Clowney came to the South Carolina coaches before their game against Kentucky and said that bruised ribs would keep him from playing, leaving Steve Spurrier to say, “If he wants to play, we will welcome him to come play for the team if he wants,” Spurrier said after the game. “But if he doesn’t want to play, he doesn’t have to play. Simple as that.” How motivated is Clowney?
Georgia tailback Keith Marshall and receiver Justin Scott-Wesley each tore the ACL in their right knee against the Tennessee Volunteers and will miss the rest of the season. Georgia will also be without junior wide receiver Michael Bennett and tailback Todd Gurley rolled his left ankle in the second quarter of last week’s win against LSU. Richt said Sunday that Gurley is questionable for this weekend’s game against Mizzou.