Missouri defensive lineman Markus Golden (33) dropped Arkansas running back Jonathan Williams for a loss in the second quarter Saturday in Columbia. A stingy defense was a big reason why the Tigers prevailed in the game 21-14, sending them to the SEC championship game against Alabama next Saturday in Atlanta.
Missouri defensive lineman Markus Golden (33) dropped Arkansas running back Jonathan Williams for a loss in the second quarter Saturday in Columbia. A stingy defense was a big reason why the Tigers prevailed in the game 21-14, sending them to the SEC championship game against Alabama next Saturday in Atlanta. SHANE KEYSER Kansas City Star
Missouri defensive lineman Markus Golden (33) dropped Arkansas running back Jonathan Williams for a loss in the second quarter Saturday in Columbia. A stingy defense was a big reason why the Tigers prevailed in the game 21-14, sending them to the SEC championship game against Alabama next Saturday in Atlanta. SHANE KEYSER Kansas City Star
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Rewind: Missouri marches on Arkansas’ salty D and other observations

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