Tiger Kickoff: The Podcast, Episode 13

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Missouri running back Ish Witter runs with the ball during the second half of the Nov. 24 Battle Line Rivalry game at Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville, Ark. Witter and the Tigers are headed to a bowl game, and the Missourian football writers break down some possible destinations in this week's episode of "Tiger Kickoff: The Podcast."

After an improbable late-season turnaround, the Missouri football team is headed to a bowl game. The only question now: Where?

In this week's episode of "Tiger Kickoff: The Podcast," the Missourian football writers map out the Tigers' bowl possibilities ahead of Sunday's selection show, look back at some of their favorite storylines of the regular season — surprise, junior QB Drew Lock gets shouted out — and discuss the Tennessee football fiasco.

Tiger Kickoff: The Podcast, Episode 13 In this week's episode, the Missourian football writers map out Missouri's bowl possibilities, look back at Tigers' regular season and discuss the Tennessee football fiasco.

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