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Former Mizzou players dismayed to see Purdue rout Tigers

Mizzou's Damarea Crockett: "Reality smacked us in the face."

Mizzou running back Damarea Crockett said the Tigers got "smacked in the face" in 35-3 loss to Purdue on Saturday, September 16, 2017.
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Mizzou running back Damarea Crockett said the Tigers got "smacked in the face" in 35-3 loss to Purdue on Saturday, September 16, 2017.

Missouri football fans were undoubtedly disheartened by the Tigers’ woeful 35-3 home loss to Purdue on Saturday.

They weren’t alone.

Former Mizzou football players also were upset by the blowout defeat at the hands of the Boilermakers. Many took to social media to express their displeasure.

This is what former defensive lineman Lucas Vincent wrote:

Broncos linebacker Shane Ray, who was a star at MU, posted this:

Former Mizzou tight end Byron Chamberlain didn’t pull any punches:

T.J. Moe, who was a Tigers wide receiver, called for quarterback Drew Lock to be pulled:

Former Mizzou tight end Martin Rucker played from 2004-07. Here is what he tweeted:

Andrew Stevens, the former Missouri tailback, tweeted this:

Kentrell Brothers and Justin Britt couldn’t believe their eyes:

Ravens receiver Jeremy Maclin wrote:

Former MU defensive back Trey Hobson shared this:

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