That double-overtime loss to South Carolina last week? Get over it. That's what Mizzou coach Gary Pinkel expects of his team with Tennessee coming to town Saturday.
"Obviously, it was a very stinging loss," he said. "But we're in November, we're 7-1, we play two games, then a bye week and then two more games. It's a different season. November is what it's all about in college football, to be able to win in November.
"I think we're practicing well and focused and there's a lot out there. Why would we be crying in our tears over something that happened a few days ago? I don't think we are. It's still about how we play. We're playing a real good football team, but it's still about how we play, and I'll be very disappointed if we don't play at a high level."
Here are three things to watch Saturday night as Mizzou (7-1, 3-1 SEC) welcomes Tennessee (4-4, 1-3 SEC) to Memorial Stadium:
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