Mizzou-Tennessee-2nd Quarter Recap
Aaron Medley kicked his third field goal of the game just two minutes into the quarter. The Tigers have held the Vols to 104 yards, as the defense has kept the game close despite Tennessee’s average starting position at midfield.
Mizzou put their first substantial drive together highlighted by a great pass and catch from Drew Lock to Keyon Dilosa for 21 yards to get the ball at the UT 44. Two plays later, Ish Witter fumbled giving the ball to the Vols at their 37.
Medley missed a 28 yard field goal floating it wide right. The deficit is still 9-0 for the Tigers.
Tennessee answered after another Mizzou drive stalled by going 10 plays, 63 yards, capped by an eight yard touchdown run from quarterback Josh Dobbs to make it 16-0 in the final minute of the half.
We’ll have postgame notes along with Gary Pinkel and player’s reactions after the game.