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Oscar Gamble, Dan Keegan and David Morrison invite Ian Boyd to discuss the Missouri Tigers vs Texas Longhorns Bowl Game. SHOW NOTES: 1:58 - What keyed Mizzou's offensive explosion? 3:38 - Mizzou's winning streak: schedule or turnaround? 6:38 - Mizzou has "The most dangerous offense in the world on 1st and 10" 8:32 - Albert Okwuegbunam is Mizzou's trump card 9:40 - Mizzou's strengths appear to line up against Texas' weakness 13:05 - Texas missing studs DeShone Elliot and Malik Jefferson? 14:53 - Can Damarea Crockett have a Tony Temple bowl game? 16:35 - Is Drew Lock ready to diagnose Texas dime coverages? 17:05 - Who's calling plays for Mizzou's offense? 18:05 - This is how modern spread offenses work 19:31 - Texas' offense is bad, but why? 22:00 Texas in 2017 resembles Mizzou in 2012 23:07 - Talking possible offensive coordinators 24:30 - David makes the case for Joe Jon Finley as OC 26:05 - Discussing the curious case of Heupel and Elarbee to UCF 27:03 - What to make of Barry Odom's hirings 31:30 - Missouri's new offensive line coach is Brad Davis 32;30 - #TalkingBoutBeckner 35:13 - How Barry Odom and Tom Herman are viewing the bowl game 35:23 - The impact of recruiting and the new national signing day on bowl season 39:55 - PREDICTION TIME! 42:00 - "The Mizzou Mindset" 44:50 - On that famous DeLoss Dodds quote 46:50 - Texas lost to kansas, people forget that


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