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Many believe that Friday’s Cotton Bowl will be the last time Missouri fans will get to see star running back Henry Josey wearing a Tigers uniform. If so, the redshirt junior will be repping his school in style on his way out. Josey has shaved “Mizzou 20″ into his head ahead of the matchup with Oklahoma State – for the record, he wears No. 20 on the field. Not finished yet but a preview for u guys!! Love my supporters!! pic.twitter.com/hD1lzI5lT6 — Henry Josey (@I_AM_HJOSEY20) January 2, 2014 The Tigers and Cowboys kick off on January 3rd at 8:00 PM EST. 
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