Missouri freshman quarterback Drew Lock completed 75 percent of his passes and tossed for two touchdowns with no interceptions Saturday in the Tigers’ 24-10 victory against South Carolina, but he also proved that his legs are an effective weapon, The Star’s Tod Palmer writes.
Missouri freshman quarterback Drew Lock completed 75 percent of his passes and tossed for two touchdowns with no interceptions Saturday in the Tigers’ 24-10 victory against South Carolina, but he also proved that his legs are an effective weapon, The Star’s Tod Palmer writes. L.G. PATTERSON The Associated Press
Missouri freshman quarterback Drew Lock completed 75 percent of his passes and tossed for two touchdowns with no interceptions Saturday in the Tigers’ 24-10 victory against South Carolina, but he also proved that his legs are an effective weapon, The Star’s Tod Palmer writes. L.G. PATTERSON The Associated Press
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Sunday Rewind: Missouri’s Drew Lock makes plays with his legs, too

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