A bad day for the Missouri offense almost got far worse when starting quarterback Maty Mauk limped to the sideline after a 4-yard scramble up the middle Saturday during the Tigers’ first public scrimmage of the spring. He later returned despite a sprained left ankle.
A bad day for the Missouri offense almost got far worse when starting quarterback Maty Mauk limped to the sideline after a 4-yard scramble up the middle Saturday during the Tigers’ first public scrimmage of the spring. He later returned despite a sprained left ankle. File photo by David Richard The Associated Press
A bad day for the Missouri offense almost got far worse when starting quarterback Maty Mauk limped to the sideline after a 4-yard scramble up the middle Saturday during the Tigers’ first public scrimmage of the spring. He later returned despite a sprained left ankle. File photo by David Richard The Associated Press

Defense shines in Missouri football’s first public spring scrimmage

April 04, 2015 05:48 PM

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