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Tigers Move Up In Rankings

Sunday, October 08, 2006



    After an above-average showing against Texas Tech, the football Tigers have moved up in the newest polls, out today. The Tigers are #19 in the AP poll with 469 points, five points behind #18 Oregon and 38 points in front of Nebraska. The USA Today poll has Mizzou at #21, 73 points behind the 5-1 Cornhuskers. The ESPNU/Allstate Poll has Chase Daniel's squad #18, in front of both Nebraska and Oregon. The Ohio State University is #1 in all 3 polls.

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posted by Ryan Brockschmitt, 9:19 PM

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