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  As Case Cook strolled into a small conference room on the third floor of The Wynfrey Hotel on Thursday for his first meeting with reporters since chopping off his mullet, he still beamed with confidence. The 6-foot-4, 290-pound Cook was decked out for the occasion at SEC Media Days in a navy suit, yellow tie and cowboy boots. His footwear, he said, served as a tribute to rural Missourians. Cook's a country boy at heart, after all, coming from Carrollton, Georgia, about 45 minutes from Atlanta and near the Alabama border. Cook, primed to start along the Missouri offensive line for the third straight season, is the Tigers' lone returning team captain from the 2020 season. Nick Bolton and Larry Rountree have both since departed for the NFL. "I'm a leader on this team and I don't feel bad about coming out and saying that. Yeah, I'm a team leader," Cook said. "It's up to me to make sure the guys are coming into work every day and we're heading in the right direction. As we've said before, pulling the spear in the same direction, all trying to push in that way.

"That's our team mission, our team goal. My role is really just to make sure that we're doing what we're supposed to be doing, and I'm a shining example of how it's supposed to be done every day. I can't have a bad day, I can't have an off day. "I've got to be there. I've got to be ready to roll all the time." Cook has started at right guard in Missouri's past 20 games, one of only two Tiger offensive linemen to start every 2020 game, joining center Mike Maietti, who is also back for the 2021 season after exercising his extra year of eligibility allowed by the NCAA. - Columbia Daily Tribune


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News Source: Columbia Daily Tribune


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