Ex-Clemson star Bryant on Mizzou: ‘The ceiling is high for this group’

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COLUMBIA, Mo. — Barry Odom never seems stressed about the future, whether the Missouri coach is pondering tough sanctions handed down by the NCAA over a recruiting scandal or the fact that one of the most prolific passers in school history is now in the NFL.
When it comes to the punishments, Odom knew that outside of an appeal, there was little he could do.
When it came to the quarterback situation, he knew Kelly Bryant was in the fold.
The graduate transfer from Clemson is expected to seamlessly take over for Drew Lock under center this season. Bryant backed up Deshaun Watson for two seasons with the Tigers, then led them to the 2017 national championship game before losing his job to Trevor Lawrence after four games last season.
His saving grace was a change to NCAA guidelines that allowed Bryant, who started four games as a senior, to retain a full year of eligibility. And he decided that year would be spent in Columbia.
“The ceiling is high for this group,” Bryant insisted. “We just have

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