Found October 26, 2013 on College Football Universe:
PLAYERS: Gary PinkelJadeveon ClowneyMaty Mauk
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Seven Reasons Why Mizzou Will Lose in 2013 7. Clowney Even though South Carolina DE Jadeveon Clowney is having a down year, he'll have a green freshman quarterback to feed on this week in Maty Mauk and Clowney looks to be vicious once again after another recent highlight hit.6. Hotty ToddyMissouri travels to Oxford on November 23 to face Ole Miss (4-3) and last week, then ranked AP No. 6 LSU fell victim to Hotty Toddy so could Mizzou. 5. Luck Will Run OutMissouri has been lucky. The Tigers have played a mediocre non-conference schedule while catching Georgia and Florida with all sorts of injuries. Their luck is bound to run out.4. Johnny Football Texas A&M (5-2) may not have a great overall team, but the Aggies do have Johnny Manziel and that could be enough to beat Missouri on November 30 while vaulting Johnny Football to the top of the Heisman race. 3. Gary PinkelThis relates some to the top reason, but coach Pinkel just doesn't get it. “The league is exactly what I ex...
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