Run and Shoot: Missouri Draws First Blood

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Missouri Draws First Blood

NORMAN, Okla. - A rare OU turnover has led to the first score of the game for Missouri. Sam Bradford found Juaquin Iglesias on the first Sooner offensive play, but a vicious hit by Stryker Sulak popped the football out of Iglesias's hands, and MU's Darnell Terrell recovered the loose ball at the Oklahoma 38 yard line.

Once the Tigers had the ball, Chase Daniel went to work, going 4-4 on the drive for 32 yards, including a 17 yard strike to a wide open William Franklin down the left sideline on fourth and one. The Tigers ran a reverse play on second and three from the OU five yard line, and Jeremy Maclin dove into the end zone, sending screams of jubiliation from the Missouri fans tucked in the inside corner on the south end of Memorial Stadium.

It's 7-0 Missouri as OU has the ball on their 35 with 10:04 to go here in the first quarter.

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