Mizzou has had a rough time adjusting the SEC. Whether it’s the superior talent of the SEC or inferior game planning and execution of the Tigers, they are simply getting creamed. Here’s a quick gallery of Mizzou’s physical introduction to the best football conference in the NCAA.
COLUMBIA , MO – SEPTEMBER 8: James Franklin #1 of the Missouri Tigers is stripped of the ball by Jarvis Jones #29 of the Georgia Bulldogs in the second quarter at Memorial Stadium on September 8, 2012 in Columbia, Missouri. (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images)
Another Mizzou fumble against Georgia.
Missouri quarterback James Franklin (right) is brought down by Georgia linebacker Cornelius Washington. (Photo by Christian Gooden) via STLToday.com
Mizzou in a familiar position…playing catch up. (Photo by Christian Gooden) via STLToday.com
Mizzou’s Marcus Murphy is hammered by Georgia defenders on a punt return. (Photo by Christian Gooden) via STLToday.com
Missouri tail back Jared McGriff-Culver looks defeated after Georgia scores in the fourth quarter. (Photo by Laurie Skrivan) via STLToday.com
Mizzou’s Brad Madison (57), Kony Ealy (47) and Michael Sam (52) react to the impending loss to Georgia late in Saturday’s game. (Photo by Laurie Skrivan) via STLToday.com
A USC pass rusher hits Mizzou QB James Franklin just as he is about to throw. (MissouriNet.com)
Missouri wide receiver T.J. Moe is tackled by South Carolina’s DeVonte Holloman, top, and linebacker Shaq Wilson, bottom. (AP Photo/Brett Flashnick) via STLToday.com