The News Courier in Athens, Alabama


October 17, 2013

Florida faces Missouri in intriguing SEC showdown


PLAYER TO WATCH: Missouri QB Maty Mauk: Franklin's injury leaves Missouri in Mauk's hands as it attempts to remain unbeaten. Mauk, a redshirt freshman, replaced an injured Franklin in the fourth quarter and went 3 of 3 for 23 yards in a 41-26 victory over No. 15 Georgia, which was ranked seventh at the time of the game. Now he faces Florida, which leads the SEC in total defense. "He is a pretty poised guy," Missouri coach Gary Pinkel said. "He is thoroughly excited about the opportunity at hand."

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