Run and Shoot: Stalemate Broken by Long Missouri Drive

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Stalemate Broken by Long Missouri Drive

COLUMBIA, Mo. - After some sloppy play, Missouri has put together a methodical drive to go up 14-2 against Texas A&M.

An errant snap cost the Tigers two points in the first quarter. Punter Adam Crossett ran down Steven Blair's errant snap in the end zone and knocked it out for a safety. Later in the quarter, MU safety William Moore dropped an interception.

But quarterback Chase Daniel responded by leading the Tigers on their longest drive of the season, a 17-play, 87-yard march ending with Chase Coffman's 5-yard touchdown reception.

MU tailback Tony Temple is looking like he's fully healed from the right ankle he sprained against Nebraska a month ago. He had a nifty run on the touchdown drive, spinning away from three A&M defenders in the backfield to pick up a 5-yard gain.

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