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I think the elephant in the room that isn't being talked about is MIZZOU's defense (particularly their D-line). Michael Sam is in the discussion as one of the best DEs in the country this year. Further, they are very adept at creating turnovers.
My impression is that fans in the SEC (particularly in the West Division) still consider MIZZOU a spread offense team that is purely finesse. They run the ball extremely well and have multiple options to do so.
I have spent some time listening to Finebaum the last couple days, and there is a lot of skepticism about MIZZOU from our brethren from the South. I am going to predict is here: MIZZOU 31, AUBURN 27.
3 months ago on SEC Headlines 12/4/2013
Hi John! Love the site, been a reader since beginning of last year. I actually love that Mizzou is under the radar for Saturday. I think it could be a big issue for Auburn in the 1st Half.
3 months, 1 week ago on A Letdown In The SEC Championship Game? It’s Possible, Auburn
This article makes it sound like MIzzou is a non-ranked squad lucky to be in Atlanta. It is going to take more than Auburn being "mentally prepared" to beat Mizzou on Saturday. Mizzou is every bit as good as Auburn, and ranked # 5 in the country (in case you are not aware).