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What kind of tweets does a coach get after a loss? Take a look at Mizzou OC Josh Henson's mentions

Mizzou Football Offensive Line Coach Josh Henson coaches up Offensive Lineman Brad McNulty before the Tigers take on the University of South Carolina Gamecocks in Williams-Brice Stadium on Saturday, September 27, 2014 in Columbia, S.C.

Mizzou Football Offensive Line Coach Josh Henson coaches up Offensive Lineman Brad McNulty before the Tigers take on the University of South Carolina Gamecocks in Williams-Brice Stadium on Saturday, September 27, 2014 in Columbia, S.C.

As a coach, it's never good to lose. But if you're an offensive coordinator, you especially don't want to lose 9-6. That's the reality Missouri offensive coordinator Josh Henson will spend this week living in after his Tigers fell to Georgia by that score on Saturday.

Speaking to the press on Monday, Henson responded to the criticism the only way you can: by laughing it off. It's part of the job, as Henson knows, especially as an offensive coordinator. It's the only assistant coaching gig that rivals - and in some cases surpasses - criticism a head coach receives.

The show you're thinking of, Josh, is "Jimmy Kimmel Live." Don't worry, Coach. We've done the leg work for you. As Jimmy Kimmel says, open yourselves up to the horrors of an SEC offensive coordinator's mentions during and after a loss.

All in all, this isn't that bad - especially for an SEC coordinator. I shudder to think about what was said about Lane Kiffin after the Sugar Bowl last season. And it's nice to see Henson takes it all in stride. In the end, Missouri center Evan Boehm sums it up perfectly: