With a game against BYU coming up later in the season at Arrowhead Stadium, the Missouri offense has one more non-conference game to figure out the offensive issues that have plagued the team in the first two weeks of the season, before the start of SEC play. The Tigers are back home for an 11 a.m. kick against the UConn Huskies, in the first ever meeting between the two teams on the gridiron.
In the first half of last week’s 27-20 win at Arkansas State, Maty Mauk had a 27 yard gain on the ground. Other than that big scramble, the Mizzou run game produced just 12 yards on their 12 other carries.
So what is the issue? The injury to Russell Hansbrough is having a bigger impact than expected? Is the offensive line overrated? Does the lack of a consistent passing game hurt the ground game?
Seth also gives us his surprises and disappointments through the SEC after two weeks. Plus, we do talk about the dominating Mizzou defense that should give the Huskies fits. Take a glance at some of the interesting stats.