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    Re: Mizzou starting WR out

    That reminds me, I wonder how Benton is doing?



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    Re: Mizzou starting WR out

    Is Gabbert now healthy? The last time I saw them on tv a few weeks ago he was still limping some from the Nebraska game early in the season. Sounds like he's getting it together at qb, of course just in time for our game.



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    Re: Mizzou starting WR out

    Quote Originally Posted by Stewo View Post
    That reminds me, I wonder how Benton is doing?
    I posted this in another thread...

    At the risk of sounding like a stalker I saw Benton with Rhoads at Hickory Park yesterday and he seemed to be walking well. I don't know if that means he can play, it just means that he is moving around a lot better than I would have expected for a guy with some sort of fracture.




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    Re: Mizzou starting WR out

    #81 for Mizzou is the stud. He might put up Dez Bryant day on us.



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    Re: Mizzou starting WR out

    Quote Originally Posted by 2forISU View Post
    #81 for Mizzou is the stud. He might put up Dez Bryant day on us.
    true, he is good, but with the other productive starter out, it may allow us to cheat over a bit on Alexander.



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    Re: Mizzou starting WR out

    Our safeties need to clobber him right off the bat to give him something to think about. They really had some nice hits in the CU game.



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    Re: Mizzou starting WR out

    That 6-5 WR is averaging 207 yards a game in receiving yards (the last two weeks). He is a total mismatch for us.


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    Re: Mizzou starting WR out

    LJ, Sims, Smith, Banks all gonna need to have smart, physical days saturday. We were allowed to creep up most of the game on Colorado, we won't be able to against Mizzou, they can spread the ball vertically. don't know much about their run game tho. I'd love to see us stop that all together so we make them one dimensional from the get go like CU. Although, if we don't tackle Gabbert, we could be in for a tough game. Leaving CU's QB all day to throw and leaving MU's QB all day to throw are two different things.


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    Re: Mizzou starting WR out

    they give up on the run game early.



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    Re: Mizzou starting WR out

    #81 for Mizzou is the stud. He might put up Dez Bryant day on us.
    I heard he put a picture of Kennard Banks on his wall and just sits and laughs at it all day.


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    Re: Mizzou starting WR out

    Grabert had no limp at all for the KSU game last Saturday. Looked pretty healthy.



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    Re: Mizzou starting WR out

    Quote Originally Posted by Knownothing View Post
    I heard he put a picture of Kennard Banks on his wall and just sits and laughs at it all day.
    I guess Dez doesn't have much else to do these days.



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    Re: Mizzou starting WR out

    I just hope we are able to shut down a passing attack for once. It just seems that any team can complete 70%+ percent of their passes on us very easily. This is even more obvious in Big12 play. No surprise the games we win are < 70%
    K-State 16-23 = 70%
    Kansas 37-49 = 75%
    Baylor 23-38 = 61%
    Nebraska 20-37 = 54 %
    Texas A&M 23-28 = 82%
    Ok State 19-24 = 79%
    Colorado 18-38 = 47%

    I due fear the Mizzou passing attack will out match us.



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    Re: Mizzou starting WR out

    Mizzou is going to be one of our toughest games of the year.

    Gotta do what we've been doing, forcing turnovers.



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