For the first time since losing to Purdue last season Drew Lock did not throw a touchdown pass. Lock wasn’t the only offensive player to break a streak going into last season, though.Missouri’s standout receiver Emanuel Hall did not catch a pass for the..
by: Mike Griffith - DawgNation — Atlanta Journal-Constitution 22 Sep
Georgia coach Kirby Smart left to nitpick little things after comfortable win over Missouri - CBSSports.com
by: Dennis Dodd — CBS Sports 22 Sep
Smart was frustrated with the Bulldogs 'undisciplined' play on Saturday on the road
by: The Associated Press — Belleville News-Democrat 22 Sep
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by: @usatoday — USA Today 22 Sep
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by: N/A — NCAA: Mizzou Athletics 22 Sep
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Between Senior QB Drew Lock and Mizzou's trio of running backs, Mizzou Football's running game came alive in Saturday afternoon's loss to Georgia, scoring all of the team's touchdowns and rushing for a combined 172 rushing yards. The...
by: N/A — NCAA: Georgia Dogs 22 Sep
For the fourth straight game this year, Georgia (4-0, 2-0 SEC) scored at least 40 points marking the first time since 2012 the Bulldogs have done that.
by: Dan Lyons — The Spun 22 Sep
After one play, Kirby Smart absolutely lost it on Jake Fromm and the Georgia offense.
by: https://www.facebook.com/erick.smith.940 — The Commercial Appeal 22 Sep
Missouri quarterback Drew Lock went to stop Tyson Campbell after the Georgia defensive back had recovered a fumble. But referee provided the lead block.
by: DYLAN SINN | Journal Gazette — Journal Gazette 22 Sep
WEST LAFAYETTE – Purdue has lost its first three games by a combined eight points. The Boilermakers had opportunities to win all three games, bu ...
Why stopping the run, and not QB Drew Lock, is No. 2 Georgia’s initial focus this week at Missouri – The Athletic
by: Seth Emerson — The Athletic 22 Sep
Georgia's tailback rotation, the defensive chess match, Missouri's big-play offense and more to watch Saturday in Columbia.
by: Daniel Jones — Columbia Tribune 22 Sep
QUOTABLESThe four-part story of the Purdue “Mizzou still sucks” sign that Drew Lock paraded after beating the Boilermakers 40-37PART I - Reddit user GoCardinals74, who claimed to be the student that made the sign: I was in the front row as usual. Yelling.
by: Brandon Sudge — The Macon Telegraph 22 Sep
Georgia opens a stretch of seven SEC games and the first is a long trek to Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium to face Missouri. Keeping Tigers quarterback Drew Lock under control is one key to the game.
All of this because I said I think the Georgia dude dropped the ball early but was not 100% certain. Wild times.Beat Writer / Columnist
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