Missouri looks ahead to Alabama after disappointing home loss

Missouri quarterback Corbin Berkstresser jogs across the field during the fourth quarter of Saturday night’s game against Vanderbilt at Faurot Field.

Missouri quarterback Corbin Berkstresser jogs across the field during the fourth quarter of Saturday night’s game against Vanderbilt at Faurot Field. Photo by News Tribune.

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Saturday’s loss to Vanderbilt was tough enough for Missouri to swallow. On paper it was Missouri’s best chance to date for a Southeastern Conference victory.

But with No. 1 Alabama coming to Columbia on Saturday, the Tigers must forget and turn their attention quickly as an 0-4 conference record stares them in the face.

“Everyone went home and our coach talked to us and said learn from it and move on, and that’s kind of what we did,” left tackle Elvis Fisher said.

Immediately following the game, yelling could be heard from the Missouri locker room, the sign of a frustrated team struggling to figure out how to win games.

“I was frustrated, it was a tough loss,” Missouri defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson said.

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