There's an age-old saying that reads, "sometimes you need to take the good with the bad." And that proverb couldn't be any more prevalent for the Missouri Tigers.
The Tigers grabbed a monumental home win over the 16th-ranked Texas Longhorns, 17-5, today but lost a large portion of the offense when running back Henry Josey was lost for the season in the third quarter to an apparent knee injury.
On the season Josey was the Tigers' spark and had been experiencing a year that was on pace to break all of Missouri rushing records. Josey ends his season as the nation's fourth leading rusher and has punched it in for nine scores.
While many will be worried at the loss of such a vital part of the offense, Missouri's offense has much depth, and should be fine without him.
Here are five reasons why.