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Shane Ray and Markus Golden have combined for more sacks than almost every SEC team. Find out more interesting Mizzou numbers through five games.
Missouri has only lost to one SEC team in the regular season since the start of last season, and the Tigers went on the road to get revenge against South Carolina on Saturday.
Jeremy Maclin's catch on Philadelphia's potential game-winning drive and Sheldon Richardson's second sack highlight the action from former Missouri players in the NFL on Sunday.
Missouri fans, download this custom made Russell Hansbrough desktop wallpaper graphic.
Russell Hansbrough's 43 yards rushing on 10 carries at South Carolina seems minimal until you see how he scored a career-high three touchdowns.
Marcus Lucas, L'Damian Washington and Dorial Green-Beckham: gone, for one reason or another. Darius White and Jimmie Hunt: hurt. That leaves Mizzou awfully inexperienced at receiver.
Missouri (4-1, 1-0) regained a Top 25 spot in Sunday's Associated Press Poll, but the coaches still don't think the Tigers are one of the 25 best.
Highlights from Missouri vs. South Carolina
Missouri's offense looked awful for most of the game before springing to life late in the fourth quarter, while the defense and special teams played fairly well.
Missouri looked dead to rights midway through the fourth quarter, both in the game and for the season. But the Tigers revived in time to clip South Carolina, 21-20.
Shane Ray now has eight sacks this season by Missouri's count, or 3.5 from the team record set by Aldon Smith in 2009.
Missouri's season could spin out of control quickly with South Carolina and Georgia on deck. Or the Tigers could vault to the front of the SEC East by next Saturday evening. We'll find out starting tonight.
Everything you need to know for tonight's Mizzou-South Carolina showdown in the Palmetto State.
Missouri has a 30 percent chance of upsetting South Carolina, according to one data set.
Catch up on all the Missouri news from this week ahead of Saturday's game at South Carolina.
South Carolina's roster isn't full of potential No. 1 draft picks like Jadeveon Clowney, but the Gamecocks still have plenty of SEC East championship-worthy talent.
Missouri's offensive line needs a bounce-back game against the so-far-tame South Carolina defensive line.
Sophomore linebacker Michael Scherer had double-digit tackles in the first half against Indiana. What is his current pace for the season?
Maty Mauk is playing much better than a loss to Indiana indicates, while the run defense and the offensive line are presenting all kinds of problems.
You probably know quarterback Dylan Thompson and running back Mike Davis, but who are the other South Carolina standouts?