Mizzou football’s Eli Drinkwitz wants Tigers to ignore ‘toxicity,’ move forward

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COLUMBIA, Mo. — In the wake of his team’s horrific loss at Kansas State, Missouri’s Eli Drinkwitz has more problems to solve this week than last but isn’t about to panic. On Tuesday, in his first public comments since Saturday’s 40-12 clunker, Drinkwitz was unwavering in his belief the Tigers can recover. If they can just ignore what he called the “toxicity and negativity” that erupted from Saturday’s carnage. Just two games into the season, Mizzou (1-1) has the record most expected — the Tigers were a touchdown underdog at K-State — but Saturday surely evoked concerns about the team’s season …

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