Missouri backup quarterback Drew Lock says he wasn’t upset by not getting in for a second-half series Saturday night in the Tigers’ 21-13 loss at Kentucky. The Lee’s Summit graduate saw no action after he led a seven-play, 43-yard, second-quarter drive, which ended with Lock getting sacked for a 15-yard loss on third-and-10.
Missouri backup quarterback Drew Lock says he wasn’t upset by not getting in for a second-half series Saturday night in the Tigers’ 21-13 loss at Kentucky. The Lee’s Summit graduate saw no action after he led a seven-play, 43-yard, second-quarter drive, which ended with Lock getting sacked for a 15-yard loss on third-and-10. DAVID STEPHENSON The Associated Press
Missouri backup quarterback Drew Lock says he wasn’t upset by not getting in for a second-half series Saturday night in the Tigers’ 21-13 loss at Kentucky. The Lee’s Summit graduate saw no action after he led a seven-play, 43-yard, second-quarter drive, which ended with Lock getting sacked for a 15-yard loss on third-and-10. DAVID STEPHENSON The Associated Press
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Missouri quarterback Drew Lock unfazed by spectator’s role in second half at Kentucky

September 27, 2015 6:46 PM

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