HALFTIME: Missouri 17-6

November 14, 2009

A 16-yard fade throw from Blaine Gabbert to Danario Alexander (who else?) extended Missouri’s lead to 17-6. Alexander has 112 receiving yards in the first half.

– Gabbert has been good again today: 17 of 21, 189 yards, 2 TD, zero turnovers. He has also rushed for 35 yards.

– Jared Perry hurt his knee in the second quarter and was helped off the field. His return status for this game is questionable.

– The Missouri defense has had success stopping the K-State running game. The Wildcats have 57 yards on 19 carries, a three-yard average.

– Arguably the weakest aspect of Missouri’s half was penalties. There were five for 66 yards, and they all seemed to happen at particularly bad times.

– The Tigers will look to get their first second-half touchdown since the Nevada game, which was Sept. 25.


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