Mizzou Football: Good, Bad, Ugly VS Vanderbilt Commodores

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Missouri Tigers quarterback Drew Lock (3) – Mandatory Credit: Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports

Mizzou football dropped another game on Saturday to fall to 4-4 on the season. SEC East title hopes have gone out the window at this point.

The Vanderbilt Commodores. 

A team that had lost its last 13 conference games, dating back to the 2013 season. A team that every other SEC East school views as just a guaranteed win every year. Now, that same Vanderbilt team could be the reason the Missouri Tigers miss a bowl game.

This Mizzou football team is not good. Actually, this Mizzou football team is bad. Back in August, however, nobody in Columbia, or even Nashville for that matter, thought that the two-time SEC East champions would fail to reach the end zone against the laughing stock of the conference.

Now there’s a new laughing stock in the Southeastern Conference. That ‘honor’ has been bestowed onto the Tigers. Despite having a top ten defense in the nation, the offense’s inability to score has hindered the team all season.

Every week, KC Kingdom will cover the Mizzou football team with a Good, Bad, Ugly series or a Report Card. This week it’s time to look at the good, bad, and ugly.

Let’s start with the good.

Next: The Good