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Gatti's Move To Guard Is Paying Off

Red-shirt junior offensive lineman Anthony Gatti began the season listed as the back-up left tackle for Missouri. His recent move to left guard has paid off so far. ShowMeMizzou.com spoke with him about the move.

Red-shirt junior offensive lineman Anthony Gatti began the season listed as the back-up left tackle for Missouri. When starting left guard Max Copeland suffered an ankle sprain, Gatti moved over to play left guard, where he’s performed well. Last week, Copeland and Gatti rotated at left guard, and this week, Gatti and Copeland are listed as co-starters at the position. “Sometimes opportunities...

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