Mizzou Faces Volunteers

Published 11/01 2013 09:18PM

Updated 11/01 2013 09:20PM

COLUMBIA, Mo--The tenth-ranked Mizzou Tigers will wrap up a three game home stand Saturday night when they host Tennessee.
The Tigers will also try to bounce back from their first loss of the season.
Last week, Mizzou blew a 17-nothing lead to South Carolina and ended up losing its first game of the season 27-24 in double overtime.
This week Maty Mauk and his Tigers will face a Tennessee team that's loss two of its last 3 games and is making its first ever trip to Columbia.
There's still a lot of season left for the 7-1 Tigers.
Gary Pinkel/Mizzou Coach:"November is a huge month.  We have a good football club.  They've worked so hard.  We have good players.  We have to coach them, and coach them well.  You have to be the most fired up football players in America with the opportunities in front of us.  But we have to take of business."

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