The Missouri Tigers got welcomed into the SEC with open arms by the Georgia Bulldogs last Saturday.
The only problem is those open arms turned into a bear hug of problems for the Tigers, who dropped their second week contest 41-20 to a packed house in Columbia.
What was a very close and entertaining clash for most of two hours turned into a southern-style route of Mizzou, who couldn't find an answer late in the game, giving up 24 straight points to Georgia after taking a 20-17 lead.
Both teams started out shaky and couldn't seem to get a firm grip on any of the fundamentals, but the star-quality of Georgia's defenders, especially Jarvis Jones, was the difference on a historic night of SEC football in Columbia, Mo.
And now, after the high quality performance the Bulldogs put together, the moniker of "old man football" may not be so much of an insult and more of a motivator; the Georgia fans have embraced it.
But despite the loss, Missouri did take away some positives from the game. We revisit Georgia's trip to Columbia to examine the winners and losers for Mizzou, starting with the not-so-good for the Tigers.