SEC Football: 6 Reasons Why Missouri Tigers Beat Georgia Bulldogs

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SEC Football: 6 Reasons Why Missouri Tigers Beat Georgia Bulldogs
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Marcus Murphy is a part of a rushing attack that opponents are having a hard time handling.

For fans of the SEC this year, there's been no shortage in quality football to fill their plates. Get ready for that to continue as the Missouri Tigers travel down to Athens to face the Georgia Bulldogs on Saturday.

Georgia is a solid team as we've seen, contending extremely well with the brutal schedule they've played so far. Missouri has had a softer road, but after convincing road wins at both Indiana and Vanderbilt, heads have been turned Mizzou's direction as they've entered the Associated Press Top 25 poll.

Many thought that this could be the year for Georgia, but it's no secret that the shields are down for Mark Richt's team right now due to the wave of injuries. Missouri is rolling with confidence and has started 5-0 while leading the SEC in rushing.

Before the season started, this may have seemed like a no-brainer Georgia win. But is it possible that Missouri is good enough to go into Sanford Stadium and pick up the win? There's more to this matchup than injuries, as we'll see as we take a look at this game from top to bottom.

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