4th Quarter Recap
Much of what we’ve seen this year from the Missouri offense was evident again Saturday against a stingy Tennessee Volunteers defense. The offensive line didn’t give much time for Drew Lock to get settled in the pocket and the run game struggled, gaining just 223 total yards in a 19-8 defeat at Faurot Field.
The Tigers had just 62 yards of offense with five minutes left in the third. The Tigers finally got on the board on a one yard scramble to the corner by Lock on a 4th down play early in the fourth quarter. That came after Lock connected with Cam Hilton on a 22 yard pass that ruled down at the one.
Final game notes:
–Mizzou WR Keyon Dilosa had a career long 21 yard reception in the third quarter.
–WR Cam Hilton has a career high 41 yards receiving on two catches.
–C Evan Boehm set a school record with his 51st career start.
–LB Kentrell Brothers had his sixth straight game of 10+ tackles.
–The game time temperature of 28 was the coldest at Faurot Field under the Gary Pinkel era.
Bill Pollock and Mike Reeves discuss Pinkel’s final game at home.