Missouri defensive back Anthony Sherrils (22) pointed where he needed a block as teammates Kentrell Brothers (10) and Brock Bondurant (16) provided an escort after Sherrils intercepted the ball in the end zone during a failed fake field goal attempt late in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s game against Connecticut at Faurot Field. Missouri beat Connecticut 9-6.
Missouri defensive back Anthony Sherrils (22) pointed where he needed a block as teammates Kentrell Brothers (10) and Brock Bondurant (16) provided an escort after Sherrils intercepted the ball in the end zone during a failed fake field goal attempt late in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s game against Connecticut at Faurot Field. Missouri beat Connecticut 9-6. File photo by SHANE KEYSER skeyser@kcstar.com
Missouri defensive back Anthony Sherrils (22) pointed where he needed a block as teammates Kentrell Brothers (10) and Brock Bondurant (16) provided an escort after Sherrils intercepted the ball in the end zone during a failed fake field goal attempt late in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s game against Connecticut at Faurot Field. Missouri beat Connecticut 9-6. File photo by SHANE KEYSER skeyser@kcstar.com

Hogan Prep grad Anthony Sherrils flashes big-play ability as Missouri’s starting safety

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