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Missouri makes changes after injuries



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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Missouri (3-1) will unveil a new-look offense Saturday at No. 13 South Carolina.

Brad McNulty is listed atop the depth chart at left guard after fifth-year senior Anthony Gatti tore his right anterior cruciate ligament in the team's 31-27 loss to Indiana last weekend. Connor McGovern will move back to right guard after starting at the position in all 14 games last season.

Taylor Chappell is expected to earn his first career start at right tackle in place of McGovern.

At receiver, Wesley Leftwich and J'Mon Moore will see increased playing time after Darius White strained his groin against the Hoosiers.

Coach Gary Pinkel says White, who ranks third on the team with 230 receiving yards and three touchdowns, is expected back in a few weeks.

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