September 22, 2011
No speedy solutions
A streamlined offensive playbook has led to more plays per game for Missouri three games into the season. After an offensive dud to start the year, the Tigers' uptempo pace created mismatches in games against Arizona State and Western Illinois, as James Franklin and company put up impressive numbers in both games.
But, against the No. 1-team in the nation, that uptempo pace won't matter. In Norman, all prior stats can be thrown out the window.
The Sooners just don't lose at home.
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