Kentrell Brothers blocked a punt and Mizzou took over at the Bulldogs 25, but had to settle for another field goal from Baggett of 35 yards. In addition to the block, Brothers also came up with a forced fumble.
7-6 Mississippi State with 7:05 left in the half
Mississippi State fumbled the ensuing kickoff at the goal line, but Brandon Holloway picked it up and run it 69 yards to the Tigers 29. Three plays later, Prescott found De’Runnya Wilson for 28 yds for a TD
14-6 Mississippi State with 6:03 left in the half.
After more than 200 minutes of game play, Missouri scored their first touchdown since the South Carolina game, scoring on a 14-yard touchdown run by Russell Hansbrough. The drive covered 77 yards and featured Hansbrough for 33 yards, 18 by Ish Witter and a 16 yard scramble by Drew Lock.
14-13 Mississippi State with 1:50 left in the half.