Missouri wide receiver Jimmie Hunt (88) came up with the catch that set up the game-tying touchdown Saturday against the Arkansas Razorbacks in Columbia. Missouri went on to win the game 21-14 and claim their second consecutive SEC East championship. Next Saturday in Atlanta, the Tigers will play West division champion Alabama for the conference championship.
Missouri wide receiver Jimmie Hunt (88) came up with the catch that set up the game-tying touchdown Saturday against the Arkansas Razorbacks in Columbia. Missouri went on to win the game 21-14 and claim their second consecutive SEC East championship. Next Saturday in Atlanta, the Tigers will play West division champion Alabama for the conference championship. SHANE KEYSER Kansas City Star
Missouri wide receiver Jimmie Hunt (88) came up with the catch that set up the game-tying touchdown Saturday against the Arkansas Razorbacks in Columbia. Missouri went on to win the game 21-14 and claim their second consecutive SEC East championship. Next Saturday in Atlanta, the Tigers will play West division champion Alabama for the conference championship. SHANE KEYSER Kansas City Star

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