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College football Week 11: 15 players to watch

Yardbarker Logo By Shiloh Carder of Yardbarker | Slide 1 of 15: A few weeks ago, Missouri was the surprise team in the SEC that could've upset the balance of power in the East division. That was before Bryant suffered a leg injury against Troy, and losses to Vanderbilt and Kentucky knocked the Tigers out of first place. If they have a chance to get back into the mix, they need to go into Athens and beat Georgia. Bryant, who piloted Clemson to an ACC championship two years ago, has been a mixed bag since that injury. He looked fantastic against Ole Miss (329 yds, TD) but off against Vandy and Kentucky (270 yds, 2 TDs combined), though he did rush for 72 yards against the Commodores. His best games have been where he's been efficient with his arm and productive with his legs. He needs a big game if Mizzou wants to pull off the upset.

Kelly Bryant, Missouri

A few weeks ago, Missouri was the surprise team in the SEC that could've upset the balance of power in the East division. That was before Bryant suffered a leg injury against Troy, and losses to Vanderbilt and Kentucky knocked the Tigers out of first place. If they have a chance to get back into the mix, they need to go into Athens and beat Georgia. Bryant, who piloted Clemson to an ACC championship two years ago, has been a mixed bag since that injury. He looked fantastic against Ole Miss (329 yds, TD) but off against Vandy and Kentucky (270 yds, 2 TDs combined), though he did rush for 72 yards against the Commodores. His best games have been where he's been efficient with his arm and productive with his legs. He needs a big game if Mizzou wants to pull off the upset.

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