Not an SC fan but hard to call them a bottom feeder. How many teams would have a better record with the schedule they have played.
Ole Miss is 17-8 While Mizzou is 15-9 while MU beat Ole Miss 3 straight. MU had some bad early season losses. Either Mizzou should be 24 or Ole Miss should not be ranked.
Are you surprised? It is the SEC.
I was at the game. The play on the field was more embarrassing than the crowd.
Congratulations you went 1 for 10 last year. You ot the Ole Miss predicton correct. When you have these type of atriclesyou should always state how you did the prior year. 2013 predictions BCS National Championship Game: Alabama vs. Ohio State Sugar Bowl: Georgia vs. Louisville Capital One Bowl: Texas A&M vs. Wisconsin Outback Bowl: Florida vs. Nebraska Cotton Bowl: LSU vs. Texas BBVA Compass Bowl: Mississippi State vs. UCF Gator Bowl: Vanderbilt vs. Michigan State Chick-fil-A Bowl: South Carolina vs. Florida State Liberty Bowl: Tennessee vs. Tulsa Independence Bowl: Auburn vs. NC State Music City Bowl: Ole Miss vs. Georgia Tech The SEC teams left out? Arkansas, Kentucky and Missouri. 2013-14 actual Music City Bowl: Ole Miss vs. Georgia Tech Liberty Bowl: Rice vs. Mississippi State Chick-fil-A Bowl: Duke vs. Texas A&M Gator Bowl: Nebraska vs. Georgia Capital One Bowl: Wisconsin vs. South Carolina Outback Bowl: Iowa vs. LSU Sugar Bowl: Oklahoma vs. Alabama Cotton Bowl: Oklahoma State vs. Missouri BBVA Compass Bowl: Vanderbilt vs. Houston BCS National Championship Game: Florida State vs. Auburn
Over the last seven seasons Mizzou has a winning percentage of .699 and is tied for 13th nationally with 65 wins. During the seven-season run, MU ranks tied for 11th nationally with 14 wins in games against Top 25 opponents, and only five teams have won more bowl games. In these last seven seasons MU has as many wins as Texas, Georgia and Florida and has more victories than a large number of notable programs including Clemson, Notre Dame, Nebraska, Stanford, Michigan State, Auburn, South Carolina, Texas A&M, Miami (Fla.), Michigan, Penn State, Utah, Arkansas, Kansas State, Texas Tech.