Run and Shoot: Missouri offense proving too much to handle

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Missouri offense proving too much to handle

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Missouri offense is making a strong case for the title of "Best in the Nation".

After picking off a Todd Reesing pass, the Tigers started a drive deep in their own territory - at their own two-yard line, specifically.

It didn't matter.

The high powered Mizzou offense kept the Jayhawks off balance with a healthy mix of runs and passes. Helped by a costly defensive holding penalty that gave the drive new life at the Kansas 30-yard line, Missouri scored on a pass to Damario Alexander to stretch its lead to 14-0.

It's beginning to look like Kansas, trailing 14-0, is a little bit outclassed in this one.

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