Quarterback Maty Mauk threw for two touchdowns, a 12-yard pass to senior Wesley Leftwich and a 50-yard lob to J’Mon Moore on Tuesday as the Tigers played the second half of a scrimmage that was cut short Saturday because of depth issues. The Tigers’ offense seized a measure of momentum with only one practice remaining before the annual Black & Gold Game at 4 p.m. Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
Quarterback Maty Mauk threw for two touchdowns, a 12-yard pass to senior Wesley Leftwich and a 50-yard lob to J’Mon Moore on Tuesday as the Tigers played the second half of a scrimmage that was cut short Saturday because of depth issues. The Tigers’ offense seized a measure of momentum with only one practice remaining before the annual Black & Gold Game at 4 p.m. Saturday at Memorial Stadium. File photo by David Richard The Associated Press
Quarterback Maty Mauk threw for two touchdowns, a 12-yard pass to senior Wesley Leftwich and a 50-yard lob to J’Mon Moore on Tuesday as the Tigers played the second half of a scrimmage that was cut short Saturday because of depth issues. The Tigers’ offense seized a measure of momentum with only one practice remaining before the annual Black & Gold Game at 4 p.m. Saturday at Memorial Stadium. File photo by David Richard The Associated Press

Missouri offense improves in second half of split scrimmage

April 14, 2015 07:59 PM

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