Missouri Tigers defensive lineman Shane Ray celebrated the first of his two second-half sacks as Kentucky Wildcats center Jon Toth (left) and tackle Jordan Swindle helped quarterback Patrick Towles off the turf in the third quarter on Nov. 1 in Columbia. Missouri beat Kentucky 20-10, and Ray set a Missouri record for sacks in a single season on the Tigers’ last defensive play of the game.
Missouri Tigers defensive lineman Shane Ray celebrated the first of his two second-half sacks as Kentucky Wildcats center Jon Toth (left) and tackle Jordan Swindle helped quarterback Patrick Towles off the turf in the third quarter on Nov. 1 in Columbia. Missouri beat Kentucky 20-10, and Ray set a Missouri record for sacks in a single season on the Tigers’ last defensive play of the game. SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star
Missouri Tigers defensive lineman Shane Ray celebrated the first of his two second-half sacks as Kentucky Wildcats center Jon Toth (left) and tackle Jordan Swindle helped quarterback Patrick Towles off the turf in the third quarter on Nov. 1 in Columbia. Missouri beat Kentucky 20-10, and Ray set a Missouri record for sacks in a single season on the Tigers’ last defensive play of the game. SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star

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