Mizzou aims to avoid becoming a repeat victim of Troy’s Power Five upsets

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Among the many reasons former Troy coach Neal Brown earned the job at West Virginia was his success against programs from Power Five conferences, including a win at Nebraska last season.
It’s hardly the only time the Trojans have tussled with a big-name school, too.
There was the upset win at No. 25 LSU the year before, and the nip-and-tuck loss at then-No. 2 Clemson the year before. They came within a field goal of beating Oklahoma State on the road in 2010.
Oh, and they beat Missouri 24-14 some 15 years ago.
Now, the school just about equidistant from Alabama and Auburn has a chance to take down the Tigers again. Troy heads to Missouri on Saturday for what new coach Chip Lindsey — a former Auburn offensive coordinator — hopes is a statement game against an SEC foe.
“The opportunity to play in these games is what makes Troy a special place for our players to come to,” he said. “Obviously, each year is different because the team is different, and I wasn’t here the last couple of years, but I kno

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