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    Better offense: Texas Tech or Mizzou?

    I was just watching the TTU game again and was wondering what everyone thought was the better offense?



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    Re: Better offense: Texas Tech or Mizzou?

    Hard to say. Mizzou doesn't stretch the field vertically a lot, but when they get in rhythm they're tough to stop. It's almost like a methodical passing attack. Definitely not quick strike.

    Tech seems to take a few more shots but they throw a lot of short and intermediate stuff, too. I would say Tech is more explosive but both are pretty equal in terms of overall production. Slight edge to Tech IMO.



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    Re: Better offense: Texas Tech or Mizzou?

    as an MU fan, i can't even answer that question. MU's offense has shown 2 sides. One that has a dynamic running game and just overwhelms defenses and another offense that is pass happy with complete predictability and zero creativity. When MU runs, the passing game is great at stretching the field.

    If MU commits to the run and stays dynamic in the playcalling it is probably the 2nd best offense in the league behind oSu mainly due to Blackmon.

    If MU's offense gets the least bit frustrated, the whole side including the OC goes into a shell and hits the panic button.



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