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Throwing their weight around.
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In case you ever wanted a list of the Southern California Trojan football player’s Twitter handles, look no further, they are now on the official USC site
We don't know much about Missouri, but what has struck me is the enthusiasm from Missouri fans, and the wanting to know everything about the SEC has really impressed me, probably much more so than even A&M fans. I think A&M fans feel like they belong. Missouri fans, I run into various writers. I ran into someone from St. Louis at the Final Four, and he said, "Hey, you've got to tell me, where's the best place to go in this city and that city?" People are calling me from Kansas City and other places. It's kind of refreshing because we're so used to the SEC, living here, that there's a curiosity that I didn't anticipate.
I think Missouri has a chance to be a surprise team. We're sitting here in early August, but I think Missouri's going to beat Georgia on Sept. 8 and somewhat shock the world, and I think if that happens, Missouri will be in a position. It's still going to be difficult. There's some games I don't see them winning, like at South Carolina, home against Alabama. But I really think after that, there's some possibilities. Whether Missouri can get enough wins to get to Atlanta, I think I probably wouldn't bet my house on it. But I do think Vanderbilt, Kentucky are wins. If Florida doesn't do well, maybe you steal one there. If Tennessee implodes like I think they will, maybe you could win in Knoxville. … I think Georgia's vulnerable, and I think that was a classic scheduling matchup by the SEC that I think they must have been thinking, "There's a chance this could happen, and how good would that be for the league?"