Mizzou looks to rebound from Wyoming loss against rebuilding West Virginia

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COLUMBIA, Mo. — Missouri coach Barry Odom insisted all offseason his team is good enough to play with just about anybody into the fourth quarter.
Turned out lousy for the Tigers last weekend.
Despite a frantic late rally, Missouri fell 37-31 at Wyoming in one of the big upsets so far this season. The Tigers allowed 297 yards and three touchdowns on the ground, and not even a 423-yard passing performance by transfer quarterback Kelly Bryant could save them.
“Obviously, not the start that we were anticipating there,” Odom said. “We understand who we are and any game that if we prepare the right way and then we go execute, any game that we’ve got on our schedule will be decided in the fourth quarter. That’s who we are as a team.”
That’s not so bad against the likes of Alabama. Not so good against Wyoming.
Now, the Tigers get a chance to right a start that went completely wrong when West Virginia visits Saturday. The Mountaineers are in a rebuild after coach D

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