Good: The Offense Looked A Little Less Lost
Receivers, Chris Black and J’Mon Moore, showed off some skill. The two combined for 206 receiving yards. Moore hauled in eight passes for 104 yards while Black received six receptions for 102 yards and a touchdown catch.
It’s been a while since the Missouri Tigers enjoyed two or more players hauling in more than 100 yards in a game. Missouri Tigers beat reporter, Tod Palmer, dropped the knowledge on Twitter.
Running Back, Alex Ross, chipped in for 67 rushing yards. He broke a rush off for ten yards, his largest of the day. The yards per carry weren’t great at 3.7 but he flashed a bit.
Quarterbacks, Drew Lock and Marvin Zanders, rushed for a combined 87 yards. At one point in the game, the duo had more rushing yards than the running back corp.
The final “positive” note is the Missouri Tigers scored points in the game, 11 to be exact. The Tigers even received a touchdown. What a difference a year makes, right?