Indiana attacked the left edge of Missouri’s defense increasingly throughout the Hoosiers’ 31-27 upset of the Tigers last weekend at Memorial Stadium. The Hoosiers’ rushing numbers suggest that Missouri losing left defensive end Markus Golden to a hamstring injury was a factor in the defeat.
Indiana attacked the left edge of Missouri’s defense increasingly throughout the Hoosiers’ 31-27 upset of the Tigers last weekend at Memorial Stadium. The Hoosiers’ rushing numbers suggest that Missouri losing left defensive end Markus Golden to a hamstring injury was a factor in the defeat. File photo by SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star
Indiana attacked the left edge of Missouri’s defense increasingly throughout the Hoosiers’ 31-27 upset of the Tigers last weekend at Memorial Stadium. The Hoosiers’ rushing numbers suggest that Missouri losing left defensive end Markus Golden to a hamstring injury was a factor in the defeat. File photo by SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star
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Missouri won’t use it as excuse, but Markus Golden’s absence has had an impact

September 24, 2014 06:42 PM

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