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Chomping at Bits: Jeff Driskel is cause for concern for Missouri Tigers

Even though we're starting out Missouri Week a little slow, we didn't miss the fact that the Tigers were selling commemorative victory t-shirts for their win over Kentucky.

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Jeff Driskel concerns Tigers: They're talking him up like he is Kansas State's Collin Klein. Which I guess is a good thing, but he's no Klein. At least not yet anyway. Though Missouri's defensive coordinator thinks that Driskel is a better thrower. Which for me personally, throws Klein's Heisman Trophy nomination out the window. (Terez A. Paylor, The Kansas City Star)

Missouri to be challenged: I was reading the article up until it was mentioned that Missouri actually put on t-shirts to commemorate their first SEC victory. Hilarious! "Caged the Cats" and it even had the date and score on it. One thing they'll learn (well, the shirts have been pulled, so another thing) is that you don't celebrate football wins against Kentucky. Ever. (Antoyna English, Tampa Bay Times)

Rushing affair: Could Saturday's game against the Tigers be all about a battle between Kendial Lawrence and Mike Gillislee? (Kyle Tons, KMOV)

Offense needs more balance: Duh. (Matt Watts, Bradenton Herald)

Gators hope to bounce back: Again, duh. (Michael DiRocco, GatorNation/ESPN)

The many faces of Will Muschamp: During the Georgia game, there were plenty of them. (Rob Cressy, Bacon Sports)

Basketball Gators return a lot: Hey, if they're on the Washington Post's website, that's gotta be good! Though I still can't make up my mind on which NCAA Tournament loss was worse: Butler or Louisville? (Associated Press, Washington Post)

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