Run and Shoot: Mizzou rolling at the half 31-10 over Colorado

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Mizzou rolling at the half 31-10 over Colorado

Boulder, Colo.- The Daniels led offense continues to roll. Daniels started off with a interception, but was able to put it in his rear view mirror. Despite Colorado converting an early interception and a blocked punt into points, they have since gone cold ending the half with five straight three and outs. The Buffs also have no answer for Mizzou's spread offense. The first half has been highlighted by big plays through the air with Daniels hitting his primary receivers William Franklin and Jeremy Maclin, who combined account for 194 of Daniels' 289 yards. The biggest play has come off the Tigers final drive of the half. The Tigers had the ball at the Colorado 25 yard line and were facing a third and six. Daniels dropped back and looked through his reads, seeing no one open. Daniels, feeling pressure, rolled out of the pocket to his right. He threw across his body to his open tight end Chase Coffman who broke two Buffs tackles to rumble into the endzone putting Mizzou further ahead 31-10. We'll see if the Buffs can answer.

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