Mizzou won’t be home for a while, starting Saturday at Vanderbilt

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Missouri coach Barry Odom knows only too well the dangers of going on the road and how a few mistakes can prove very costly. It happened in a stunning loss at Wyoming to open this season.
“We’re going to treat it just like it’s our first game of the year on traveling, and we’ll go through our travel tips and reminders because … they all have a hard time remembering what we did yesterday, much less six weeks ago,” Odom said.
The Tigers (5-1, 2-0 Southeastern Conference) could be undefeated if they had played better in that 37-31 loss to Wyoming. They’ve won five straight to turn things around on a long homestand and put themselves atop the SEC East. Another win Saturday at Vanderbilt would match their longest winning streak since 2017, when Missouri won its final six games of the regular season.
Odom has talked to the Tigers about preparing the right way after a 38-27 victory over Mississippi last week, then following through by

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