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BenFred: Before Odom can win big, Tigers must stop hurting themselves

Some healthy distance from Mizzou’s 33-16 Texas Bowl Loss has allowed time for an analytical, unemotional evaluation of Odom’s program as he enters his third season as head coach.

During their streak they beat Idaho, Connecticut, Florida, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Arkansas by a combined score of 308-128.

I suppose Purdue could wind up ranked when the final poll comes out, thanks to its win against Arizona in the Foster Farms Bowl.

It should not go unnoticed that two of the games the Tigers looked most unprepared for this season — a comeback win against FCS Missouri State and the Texas Bowl loss — came after Odom had the most amount of time to prepare his team.

If Lock makes the right call and returns for his senior season, this offense is loaded with talent moving forward.


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