University of Missouri

August 16, 2014 1:22 PM

Mizzou’s offensive struggles persist in second scrimmage

Missouri’s offense came to life during red-zone work and a two-minute drill to pull out a scrimmage victory, but the Tigers’ offense, including quarterback Maty Mauk, remains inconsistent.

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