Mizzou must stop Ole Miss ground game without Cale Garrett

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Ole Miss coach Matt Luke has watched every game Missouri has played this season, and he was no doubt excited by the way Wyoming ran wild against the Tigers in their season opener. It should have portended good things for the Rebels‘ own vaunted rushing attack.
But the more Luke looked at the video, the more he realized most of that yardage came on a couple of big runs. And a whole lot has transpired since that night in Laramie, including four straight wins by Missouri that have been highlighted by a vastly improved defense.
“It was similar to our Vanderbilt game for us, breaking those big runs back-to-back,” Luke said of the Cowboys’ performance. “It happened pretty quick. But they are very stout against the run.”
The Tigers (4-1, 1-0) had better be stout when Ole Miss (3-3, 2-1) comes calling Saturday.
The Rebels have run for 692 yards the past two games, a loss to Alabama and a win over Vanderbilt, the most in any two-game span since they gained 754 yards aga

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