Found October 06, 2012 on STLSportsMinute:
So far in 2012, Gary Pinkel's Missouri Tigers have the record everyone expected them to have  Mizzou has taken care of business in the three games everyone thought they would win.  Mizzou also was over-matched against South Carolina and Georgia, two teams ranked in the Top 10. On Saturday night, Mizzou will look to pick up their first ever SEC victory over Vanderbilt.  For Mizzou fans it will hopefully be the first of many more wins over Vanderbilt in the years to come. But does the match-up with Vandy have some of the same flare as some of the old Big 12 rivalries Mizzou had? Will Mizzou fans be as satisfied with a win over Vanderbilt as they would have with a win over Iowa State or Texas Tech?  Or how about a win over Kansas? When it comes to beating mediocre teams, will Mizzou fans miss the rivalries of the Big 12?  Would Mizzou fans rather beat Kansas or Kentucky? Or does allure of facing Georgia, South Carolina, and Florida attract Mizzou fans more?  Vote now! Do Mi...

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