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Behind Enemy Lines: Scouting Missouri

November 13, 2019
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The 2019 Missouri Tigers (5-4, 2-3 SEC) are a tale of two vastly different teams. At home, they’re 5-0 and averaging 40.8 points-per-game. On the road, they’re 0-4 and averaging just 13 points per game. For the No. 11 Gators (8-2, 5-2) to keep their bid for a New Year’s Six bowl alive, they’ll have to stop that trend on Saturday in Columbia.

Here are three positions of strength, three positions of weakness and three players to watch for from Missouri.

Three Positions of Strength

Defensive Back

The Tigers lead the SEC and are fourth nationally in passing defense at 147.

Behind Enemy Lines: Scouting Missouri

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