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One of the perks of the perks that comes with moving to the SEC for the Missouri Tigers is the increased visibility. Everyone loves to watch SEC football and games get plenty of coverage from all of the major networks.
For years CBS has been featuring a marquee, SEC match-up at 2:30 pm CT, right in the heart of a jam-packed college football Sunday.
Mizzou's first road SEC game will be feature in that slot.
CBS will feature the Tigers as they travel to Columbia, South Carolina to take on the highly ranked South Carolina Gamecocks.
The game could be looked at as "The Battle of Columbia" as both schools hail in a city named Columbia.
But for Mizzou this will be a true test, their first road adventure in one of the grand and raucous stadiums of the SEC.
Mizzou will certainly be big underdogs against South Carolina, who will come in to the game with a top ten ranking and a 3-0 record.
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