Mizzou tailback Henry Josey ran for 263 yards, (fourth best in school history) and scored three touchdowns all in the first half as the Tigers had no problem taking care of Western Illinois winning 69-0, tying a school record for most points scored, Saturday evening at Faurot Field.
The Tigers outgained the Leathernecks by 700 yards, holding Western to just 44 yards which churning out 744 yards. Josey had touchdown runs six, 21 and 68. Mizzou scored on their first possession when James Franklin found Wes Kemp wide open for a 37 yard touchdown on a 4th and 3. Franklin finished with 246 yards passing and three touchdowns. He found T.J. Moe and Kemp in the second quarter. Franklin came out for the first series of the second half before calling it a night.