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Old 12-17-2011, 12:15 AM   #289
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kansas game is gonna be huge!!!!!
No kidding. The revenge factor will be huge for my team!
What's bad though, is I am afraid whoever wins the November 29th game will be likely to lose the December 2013 game.



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I was just reading this stuff, I'm from Raytown, MO. Small world huh? I have alot of family in St. Joes

No kidding. It is a small world. Gotta love it



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Man, I got in on this dynasty when it was already about 10-12 pages old and have been following. Interesting directions you've gone and it's been a great read.
Thanks hoopla. Means a lot since I am a huge follower of your dynasties.
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Missouri rolls up some more style points by destroying Iowa State

With November 29th and the Border War next week some people expected Iowa State to have the perfect chance to upset #1 Missouri. Iowa State stopped Missouri's first drive, and moved the ball a few yards after the kickoff. On their second play M. Wilson forced a fumble and L. Harris scooped it up and rumbled 14 yards to make it 7-0 Missouri.


L. Harris gives Missouri a 7-0 lead

Missouri didn't let go either, Iowa State returned the kickoff and then on their first play M. Wilson nailed a picture perfect interception, and returned it to make it 14-0 on two defensive plays by Missouri.


M. Wilson's picture perfect interception makes it 14-0

The game continued to get out of hand. D. Steele was unstoppable for Missouri as he rolled for 5 total touchdowns and over 230 yards total.


D. Steele had over 150 yards recieving and 5 total touchdowns

Missouri made short work of Iowa State, with Iowa State's only score coming with 42 seconds left in the first quarter when S. Richardson scrambled 8 yards to make it 21-6. Unfortunately after that they had no chance, only gaining 100 total yards in the next three quarters as Missouri rolled 72-6.

Missouri POTG
E. Torres 21/30 for 356 yards and 4 TD
D. Steele had 20 carries for 88 yards and 2 TD, and 5 catches for 151 yards and 3 TD
M. Wilson had 7 tackles and 1 INT
D. Ruise had 6 tackles, 1 INT, and 1 FF

Iowa State Cyclones at Missouri Tigers
Nov 22, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Iowa State Cyclones (3-7)60006
#1 Missouri Tigers (9-0)281492172
Team Stats Comparison
ISUMIZZ
Total Offense179562
Rushing Yards137203
Passing Yards42359
First Downs1025
Punt Return Yards023
Kick Return Yards12713
Total Yards306598
Turnovers62
3rd Down Converstion2-178-11
4th Down Conversion1-20-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals4-0-06-4-0
Penalties5-562-20
Posession Time
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGISUMIZZ
4:15(MIZZ) L. Harris returned fumble 14 yards (PAT)07
3:58(MIZZ) M. Wilson returned interception for 23 yards (PAT)014
2:00(MIZZ) D. Steele 2 yard run (PAT)021
0:42(ISU) S. Richardson 8 yard run (missed kick)621
0:01(MIZZ) D. Steele 61 yard run (PAT)628
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGISUMIZZ
4:46(MIZZ) D. Steele 77 yard pass from E. Torres (PAT)635
1:31(MIZZ) D. Steele 5 yard run (PAT)642
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGISUMIZZ
7:54(MIZZ) Safety (ISU team safety)644
3:38(MIZZ) D. Steele 7 yard run (PAT)651
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGISUMIZZ
6:40(MIZZ) J. Ross 17 yard pass from E. Torres (PAT)658
3:51(MIZZ) C. Jones returned fumble 53 yards (PAT)665
1:34(MIZZ) G. White 49 yard run (PAT)672
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I cannot wait for the Kansas game! They beat Baylor, it's #1 vs #2, the same as last year (2 vs 3), can't wait!!!

So stoked, it'll be amazing!
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Weekend results, Kansas vs Missouri is locked in

For the next 7 days everyone will be focused on one place, Lawrence Kansas.
It's a small town, and known mainly for it's basketball. Once in 2007 it was the home of the 11-0 Kansas Jayhawks who were #2 in the major polls and they played a highly ranked Missouri squad (#4), and lost. Then again in 2013 those same Jayhawks were 11-0 and #3 in the major polls, and played a highly ranked Missouri team (#2) and won the national title.

This year the Jayhawks are also 11-0, and #2. And they are facing their own highly ranked (#1) Missouri team.

This is the latest Game of the Century matchup, and there will be a rematch in two weeks. Still doesn't keep the buzz down though.

The polls haven't been announced yet and won't for awhile, but everyone knows Missouri and Kansas are still #1/#2.


Top 25 results for weekend of November 22nd, 2014
ResultsWhat this means
#1 Missouri (10-0) killed Iowa State (3-8) 72-6Missouri and Kansas will face this next weekend as #1 vs #2
#2 Kansas (11-0) survived upset minded Baylor (6-5) 34-30Kansas clinches a date with destiny with Missouri in #1 vs #2 next weekend
#3 Boise State (11-0) killed Nevada (7-4) 34-14Boise State has New Mexico (4-7) before the MWC title game, 2 games left to cinch a BCS NC berth
#4 TCU (10-1) beat #24 Utah (7-4) 31-24TCU clinches the Pac-12 South
#5 Ohio State (10-1) beat Illinois (4-7) 35-16Ohio State has #7 Michigan next week to clinch the Leaders division
#6 Arkansas (11-1) beat Mississippi State (5-6) 45-35Arkansas clinches 11 win season, and no worse than a Cotton Bowl Berth
#7 Michigan (9-2) killed Nebraska (3-8) 42-3Michigan clinches the Legends Divison
#8 Michigan State beat Iowa (5-6) 29-17MSU looks to clinch a solid bowl game next weekend
#9 Oregon (9-2) beat Washington (4-7) 55-28Oregon can back-door their way into a BCS Bowl if they beat Oregon State next weekend
#10 Rutgers (10-1) routed SMU (5-5) 66-28Rutgers has Pittsburg left to clinch an 11 win season and a strong possibility of an at large berth in a BCS Bowl
#11 Virginia Tech (9-2) beat #17 Georgia Tech (8-3) 29-27Virginia Tech hosts Virginia next week to decides who goes to the ACC Championship
Stanford (8-4) beat #12 California (9-2) in the Big Game 38-28California looks to rebound against LSU before the PAC-12 title game
#13 Wisconsin (9-2) routed Indiana (1-10) 65-21Wisconsin is #13 yet 5th in the Big-10. Their premier bowl hopes are slim
#14 LSU (9-2) beat Ole Miss (6-5) 30-10LSU plays California next week, and then it's to the SEC Championship Game
#15 USF (9-1) rebounded against Cincinnati (5-5) 38-36USF needs Louisville to lose to win the Big East
#16 UCLA (9-2) got back on track against Colorado (3-8) 40-7UCLA is playing for a Holiday/Alamo Bowl berth now
#17 Middle Tennessee State (9-1) inched closer to the top 16 against North Texas (4-7) 28-21Middle Tennessee State needs Virginia to win the ACC or to pass USF to guarantee a BCS Bowl spot
#18 Miami (9-3) throttled North Carolina (6-5) 48-3Miami wrapped up their season, and now waits for their bowl bid
#20 Ohio (10-1) slipped past Miami University (OH) (6-5) 35-28Ohio can clinch a BCS spot by passing Middle Tennessee State and USF
San Jose State (5-5) beat #21 Idaho (7-3) 52-45 in OTSan Jose State looks to become bowl eligible next week. Idaho loses all hope at a solid bowl bid
#22 Georgia (7-4) routed Kentucky (5-6) 38-20Georgia plays Georgia Tech next week, then plays LSU for the SEC Title
#23 Penn State (8-3) beat #25 Purdue (6-5) 28-24Penn State has no great bowl outlook, they are 6th in a very very deep conference

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Old 12-17-2011, 12:48 PM   #293
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Coaches and BCS Polls released

There were no surprises in the latest Coaches and BCS polls.
The Big 10 has 4 teams ranked in the top 10 of both polls, and 5 in the top 13.

USF, Middle Tennessee State, Ohio, and Navy are all having a hard time getting respect despite being 1 loss teams.

TCU and Ohio State are the front runners for the 1 loss teams, with Arkansas a distant third, and Rutgers fourth. No other one shot team currently has a shot at coming close to the BCS National Championship, and for Arkansas alone it would require massive upsets.

Coaches Poll
NCAA Football Rankings - Coaches Poll - Updated: Nov 23, 2014
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Missouri (35)1001499
22Kansas (24)1101448
33Boise State1101302
44TCU1011190
55Ohio State1011137
66Arkansas1111092
77Michigan921057
88Michigan State821007
99Oregon92949
1010Rutgers101914
1111Virginia Tech92
1213Wisconsin92
1314LSU92
1415USF91
1516UCLA92
1617Middle Tennessee State91
1718Miami93
1820Ohio101
1912California92
2022Georgia74
2123Penn State83
2219Georgia Tech83
23--Navy91
24--Fresno State92
25--Stanford


BCS Poll
NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Nov 23, 2014
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Missouri1001.000
22Kansas110.994
33Boise State110.989
44TCU101.983
55Ohio State101.978
66Arkansas111.972
77Michigan92.965
88Rutgers101.956
99Oregon92.952
1011Michigan State82.945
1113LSU92
1214Virginia Tech92
1312Wisconsin92
1415UCLA92
1516USF91
1618Miami93
1717Middle Tennessee State91



Middle Tennessee State is still sitting at #17, they need to move into the top 16 and be ahead of an AQ conference champion to be guaranteed an at large BCS Berth, or move into the top 12 period.

Middle Tennessee State's best hope appears to be Virginia Tech losing to Virginia, which would put the ACC Championship game between two teams ranked below Mid Tenn State, and allow Virginia Tech to fall from the top 16.
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Matchup Preview *|* November 29, 2014
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#1 Missouri Tigers
(10-0, 5-0 Away)
#2 Kansas Jayhawks
(11-0, 5-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
47.1 (#4)Points Per Game50.0 (#1)
5050 (#61)Total Offensive Yards6762 (#2)
2242 (#22)Rushing Yards1095 (#111)
2808 (#48)Passing Yards5667 (#1)
Defensive Stats Comparison
3773 (#15)Total Yards Allowed4682 (#80)
1181 (#1)Rushing Yards Allowed1555 (#24)
2592 (#19)Passing Yards Allowed3127 (#101)
Game Notes
#1 Missouri (10-0) travels to #2 Kansas (11-0) in the first Game Of The Century since 2013. Missouri has been #1 in both of those battles.


The bitter rivalry has always mattered to fans of the schools, but recently the games have taken on national interest.
The 2007 match-up determined #1 in the nation. 2011-2013 has determined the Big XII champion, and who represents the Big XII in the Fiesta Bowl, or even the national championship.

Missouri leads the series 57-56-9, it's the closest series ever in college football. Missouri brings in the 19th ranked passing defense against the nations #1 passing offense. Missouri and Kansas bring the 4th and 1st most points per game into this one, so expect a shootout.

Early lines: Kansas 42, Missouri 39


Other games to watch on Rivalry Weekend
#7 Michigan (9-2) at #5 Ohio State (10-1)
#3 Boise State (11-0) at New Mexico (4-7)
Virginia (8-3) at #11 Virginia Tech (9-2)
#21 Penn State (8-3) at #10 Rutgers (10-1)

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Kansas/Missouri loser not necessarily out of National Championship

This Saturday the #1 Missouri Tigers and the #2 Kansas Jayhawks face off in the latest Game of the Century. Missouri and Kansas have never played a #1 vs #2 matchup before although they have come close, last year was #2 vs #3 and 2007 was #2 vs #4.

Kansas and Missouri are two of three remaining undefeated teams in the Bowl Division of Division 1 College Football. Obviously the winner will be ranked #1 heading into their rematch in 2 weeks for the Big XII Championship. Here is the question though, what about the loser?

If Missouri loses they do have wins over top 10 teams Arkansas and Michigan to keep themselves securely in the top 6, probably even top 5 regardless of the score. If it's an overtime game look for Missouri to stay top 4.
Kansas doesn't have the same resume, but they will probably stay top 5 if it is a close game, top 8 if it's a blowout.

Worst case scenario for the loser of the MU/KU game is for all the favorites to win, which puts them at #4-#6 if it is a close game. If Missouri loses this weekend, but wins the Big XII title game, they might just leap back to #2 in time to play for the BCS National Championship. You know TCU and Ohio State would love for opportunities to redeem themselves for their losses, but Missouri/Kansas will get that chance. That right there might be enough to ensure the Big XII has someone in the national championship.


Whoever wins, look for the rematch to be even more heated in 2 weeks.
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2014 Border War: The "Game of the Century" lives up the hype and more
The 2014 Border War was one of the most anticipated games of the week. News of #7 Michigan upsetting #5 Ohio State spread to the players and fans as kickoff approached, meaning that whoever lost the game would probably still be ranked in the top 4.


Missouri took the opening kickoff, and in regular fashion marched the ball the field with a mix of passing and running plays and scored first with an opening 12 play 81 yard drive capped off by E. Torres 6 yard pass to J. Thomas to make it 7-0 after O'Connor's PAT.

Kansas came onto the field and went with their bread and butter passing attack, and marched 83 yards in 11 plays capped off at the end by their running back A. Pierson getting a critical 1st and goal at the three yard line on 3rd and 4 from the 7 yard line, and then plunging through the line the very next play making it a 7-7 tie.

After the opening drives one thing was clear, both offenses can move the ball, and it was going to be up to the defenses to step up and stop someone. In fact one stop might be enough to win this game.

D. Steele started drive #2 for Missouri with a 32 yard kickoff return. Kansas broke up the option play by Torres twice, and had Missouri in 3rd and 16 when a false start was called on a defensive lineman. Missouri took advantage with an 11 yard run by Torres for a first down, but their drive didn't go much further before Kansas forced Missouri to punt.

Kansas's second drive was unique as they started targeting Missouri's run defense. It certainly took Missouri back, as they allowed A. Pierson to thrash them for 27 yards on two plays before they locked him down, which opened up M. Cummings to air it out in the passing game before handing it off to Pierson for a 26 yard touchdown run to cap off a 10 play 76 yard drive. Kansas's scouting of Missouri was paying off as the Jayhawks took a 14-7 lead with 30 seconds left in the first quarter.

After one quarter: #1 Missouri (10-0) 7
#2 Kansas (11-0) 14


Missouri started a drive at the end of one quarter, and started marching down the field on the back of ol' reliable D. Steele. Once the Jayhawks started focusing on Steele, E. Torres threw a bullet to J. Ross for 22 yards and to cross midfield. Torres hit Steele with an pitch on an option play for 3 yards and a touchdown to cap their 11 play 80 yard drive, and tie it at 14-apiece.



D. Steele grabs the option pitch and takes it in for a 3 yard touchdown


Kansas opened their next drive with a long 21 yard completion to E. Anderson, but the Tigers locked down and kept the Jayhawks from a first down by forcing 4th and inches. Kansas punted the ball away for a touchdown, giving Missouri the ball at the 20 yard line with 5:41 left to play.

Kansas replied by forcing a three and out and a punt, and then exploiting Missouri with a perfect play action pass for 30 yards and moving the ball to the 38 yard line. Ben Moore, the junior safety, sacked Cummings for an 8 yard loss and then C. Jones intercepted a deep Cummins pass in the endzone and returned it 12 yards, giving Missouri the ball back on their own 8 yard line with 4:14 left in the first half, tied 14-14.



C. Jones perfectly times his jump to grab an interception to keep Kansas from taking a 21-14 lead.


Missouri marched down the field, 92 yards, in 13 plays, capped off by yet another D. Steele run, this time from 4 yards out, to make it 20-14. O'Connor hit yet another PAT, and Missouri took a 21-14 lead with 2:14 left in the first half.

Kansas tried to hurry down the field but couldn't get close enough and missed a 57 yard desperation field goal they had no right to attempt. Missouri took over in Jayhawk territory, 60 yards for the endzone with 57 seconds to work with. Missouri's own attempts at scoring failed, with 3 incomplete passes by Torres. Kansas fumbled the ball on the punt return, and E. Torres hit J. Ross with a 31 yard pass to put them into field goal range. As time ran out O'Connor put a 27 yard field goal through the uprights.

Halftime scoreboard: #1 Missouri (10-0) 24
#2 Kansas (11-0) 14


Halftime Analysis
Missouri and Kansas traded scores early, but Kansas is not getting the running plays they need now to keep Missouri honest, so the Tigers are starting to sit back and wait for the pass, knowing their up front guys will keep the running game honest.


Kansas got the ball first to start the second half, and immediately went 3 and out. The Tiger pass rush hurried Cummings, but didn't sack him until 3rd and 10, when L. Harris drilled Cummings for an 8 yard loss after Harris and Lawrence managed to get to Cummings with no blockers around.

Missouri's first drive of the second half was amazing quick and smooth, as the Tigers ran a 5 play 42 yard drive in 1:08 for a touchdown capped off by you guessed it, D. Steele, this time a little 9 yard give and go. O'Connor's kick made it 31-14, and people were starting to get restless, as the Jayhawks were not looking like the team people were projecting to win this game.

Kansas came alive the next drive as M. Cummings dumped a screen pass off to J. Smith, who then broke two tackles and outran M. Wilson in a footrace to make it 31-21 after the kick, and a 10 point ball game.

Missouri responded with their ace in the hole, D. Steele, who after Missouri went 21 yards in 7 plays ripped off a 68 yard run for a touchdown, making it 37-21 with 5:11 left in the third quarter.


Kansas refused to die though, and M. Cummings crossed 300 yards passing on the drive that ended with a nice 17 yard toss to a wide open J. Lopez for a touchdown that was reviewed. The play was picture perfect as Lopez drug his feet, and Kansas had another touchdown, and after the 12 play 80 yard drive was done Kansas had whittled the lead to 38-28.

The Jayhawks defense came up big, sacking Torres twice, and Missouri had to punt. M. Cummings was on fire, crossing 400 yards passing with a short and sweet 1 yard slant to J. Jones for his 4th touchdown pass of the game, making it 38-35 with 1:37 left in the third period.

Missouri started driving down the field, and in the middle of their drive the third quarter ended.

At the end of three quarters: #1 Missouri (10-0) 38
#2 Kansas (11-0) 35

Missouri forced their way down the field to the 20 yard line before stalling out on fourth and inches, and C O'Connor did his job with a 37 yard right on the money kick and a 41-35 lead.

Kansas forced their way down the field with an 8 play 79 yard drive capped off by A. Pierson's 12 yard run to make it 41-41. A. Mueller kicked the academic but high pressure PAT to give Kansas a 42-41 lead with 5:12 left in the game.


A key deep pass on 3rd and 7 that got Kansas inside the five yard line on their lead taking drive




R. Wheeler extends and grabs the pass with a single hand to extend KU's lead taking drive


Missouri tried to take the lead, but Kansas's defense rose to the occasion and forced a fumble, picked it up, and had the ball on the 37 yard line. Kansas pushed hard, running a non-huddle hurry up offense trying to keep the momentum going and to take a bigger lead. Missouri's defense came up big time, with Roach nailed J. Lopez on the four yard line, stopping Lopez 2 yards short of the first down and forcing 4th and 2. A. Mueller nailed the academic straight down the middle 21 yard field goal and Kansas took a 45-41 lead, meaning Missouri needed a touchdown.

E. Torres got hit really hard on an incomplete pass, and Nick Bailey took the field to try and drive the Tigers down the field. Bailey marched the Tigers down the field, and handed it off to J. Ross for a 59 yard rumbling bumbling running touchdown that was capped by C O'Connor's PAT for a 48-45 lead with 2:37 left in the game. The drive was very short though, only 30 seconds long, allowing Kansas a shot to go for the win themselves!


J. Ross rumbling 59 yards on a sweep play for a 48-45 lead for the Tigers

Kansas hurried down the field, and stalled out at the 36 yard line. They elected to take the shot with their kicker, and A. Mueller stepped up big time with a 53 yard line drive that barely clearly the upright, forcing a 48-48 tie!


A. Mueller ties the game with a career long 53 yard FG

Missouri got the ball back with just over a minute left and decided to go for the win, and it was costly. Bailey was drilled, and R. Mitchell scooped up the fumble with nobody between him and the endzone for an 18 yard return for a touchdown and after the PAT a 55-48 lead.


Hero of the day: R. Mitchell for returning a fumble 18 yards for a 55-48 lead

Bailey, although rattled, came through like a true professional. The redshirt junior drove the Tigers down to a 6 yard line where on fourth and goal with 0:02 left Bailey's pass was batted down. M. Cummings kneeled down, and Kansas sent #1 Missouri home with a loss, 55-48! With the win Kansas no doubt secures the #1 position in all major polls before their bye week.



Nick Bailey's last attempt to tie the game for Missouri is knocked incomplete

Border War Finale: #1 Missouri (10-1) 48
#2 Kansas (12-0) 55


Kansas POTG: M. Cummings 37/52 for 564 yards, 3 TD, 1 INT, sacked 4 times
J. Shepherd had 11 catches for 176 yards, but no touchdowns
J. Smith had 7 catches for 155 yards and 1 TD

Missouri POTG: E. Torres was 24/40 for 296 yards, 1 TD, and was sacked once. He also ran 12 times for 48 yards.

D. Steele had 19 carries for 71 yards and 3 TD. He also had 5 catches for 46 yards and another TD.

J. Ross had 9 catches for 134 yards, and 3 runs for 72 yards and a TD.


Missouri Defensive POTG: M. Wilson 16 tackles, 9 solo
Kansas Defensive POTG: R. Mitchell 10 tackles, 1 sack, returned a fumble 18 yards for the game winning touchdown

Missouri Tigers at Kansas Jayhawks
Nov 29, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#1 Missouri Tigers (10-0)717141048
#2 Kansas Jayhawks (11-0)140212055
Team Stats Comparison
MIZZKU
Total Offense641676
Rushing Yards250112
Passing Yards391564
First Downs2924
Punt Return Yards4012
Kick Return Yards9998
Total Yards780786
Turnovers22
3rd Down Converstion8-16 (50%)6-13 (46%)
4th Down Conversion0-1 (0%)0-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals8-4-2 (75%)7-4-1 (71%)
Penalties5 for 46 yards4 for 45 yards
Posession Time
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGMIZZKU
5:30(MIZZ) J. Thomas 6 yard pass from E. Torres (PAT)70
3:19(KU) A. Pierson 3 yard run (PAT)77
0:30(KU) A. Pierson 26 yard run (PAT)714
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGMIZZKU
6:35(MIZZ) D. Steele 3 yard run (PAT)1414
2:14(MIZZ) D. Steele 4 yard run (PAT)2114
0:00(MIZZ) C. O'Connor 27 yard FG2414
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGMIZZKU
6:25(MIZZ) D. Steele 9 yard run (PAT)3114
5:52(KU) J. Smith 77 yard pass from M. Cummings (PAT)3121
4:45(MIZZ) D. Steele 68 yard run (PAT)3821
3:01(KU) J. Lopez 17 yard pass from M. Cummins (PAT)3828
1:37(KU) J. Jones 1 yard pass from M. Cummings (PAT)3835
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGMIZZKU
6:02(MIZZ) C. O'Connor 37 yard field goal 4135
5:01(KU) A. Pierson 12 yard run (PAT)4142
3:18(KU) A. Mueller 21 yard FG4145
2:37(MIZZ) J. Ross 59 yard run (PAT)4845
1:23(KU) A. Mueller 53 yard FG4848
1:15(KU) R. Mitchell returned fumble 18 yards (PAT)4855
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