Mizzou football, with COVID numbers rising, drops out of this week's Music City Bowl

The Missouri Tigers won’t play the final game of their 2020 season. Mizzou was slated to face No. 15 Iowa in the Music City Bowl Wednesday, but after a rise in the number of COVID-19 cases on the team, the game has been canceled, MU announced Sunday. The decision ends Mizzou’s season. The Tigers finished 2020 with a 5-5 record in MU coach Eliah Drinkwitz’s first year as head coach. “I am disappointed that we were not able to finish the season against a tremendous opponent in the TransPerfect Music City Bowl later this week,” Drinkwitz said in a statement. “I am extremely proud of the fight and…

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