The Tigers move up to No. 1 after their Week 7 win over Florida, as the playoff hunt and conference races start to come into focus.
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One week after an injury scare, Missouri quarterback Kelly Bryant looked like his old self in a 38-27 victory over Mississippi on Saturday.
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Missouri coach Barry Odom told me that star linebacker Cale Garrett will have pectoral surgery Tuesday morning. "We'll know a little more after that," Odom said. "They may get in there tomorrow and get some better news." Odom said the injury is "devastating" but expects Garrett's teammates to be especially motivated to play for him. Odom said junior Jamal Brooks, sophomore Cameron Wilkins and redshirt freshman Chad Bailey will be relied on to replace Garrett.
Missouri received good news about quarterback Kelly Bryant's knee injury on Sunday, but the Tigers might have lost star linebacker Cale Garrett for the season.
Missouri quarterback Kelly Bryant did not play in the second half of Saturday's 42-10 victory over Troy after suffering a left leg injury.
Kelly Bryant's last throw of the game was a 6-yard touchdown pass to Jalen Knox late in the first half of Missouri's 42-10 victory over Troy. The Tigers (4-1) hope it isn't the last pass of Bryant's college career.
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Missouri's defense scored the easy way and the hard way as the Tigers beat South Carolina 34-14 on Saturday.