Missouri linebacker Kentrell Brothers (right) grabbed Southeast Missouri State quarterback Tay Bender for one of his 16 tackles Saturday in the Tigers’ 34-3 victory.
Missouri linebacker Kentrell Brothers (right) grabbed Southeast Missouri State quarterback Tay Bender for one of his 16 tackles Saturday in the Tigers’ 34-3 victory. L.G. Patterson The Associated Press
Missouri linebacker Kentrell Brothers (right) grabbed Southeast Missouri State quarterback Tay Bender for one of his 16 tackles Saturday in the Tigers’ 34-3 victory. L.G. Patterson The Associated Press

Mizzou's Kentrell Brothers impressing coaches with defensive prowess

September 07, 2015 08:56 PM

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