Missouri junior Maty Mauk will remain suspended for the at least another week, extending the punishment for an undisclosed violation of team rules into a fourth week.
Mauk, who started the first four games of the season for the Tigers, wasn’t on the depth chart released Monday ahead of Saturday’s visit to Vanderbilt at 3 p.m. on the SEC Network.
He had completed 57 of 110 passes for 654 yards with six touchdowns and four interceptions before being sidelined by coach Gary Pinkel.
Freshman Drew Lock, a Lee’s Summit graduate and the reigning Simone Award winner, has started the last three games in Mauk’s place.
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Lock is 48 of 93 for 430 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions in three starts, including a win against South Carolina and back-to-back losses against Florida and Georgia.
Hall moves up depth chart
Freshman wide receiver Emanuel Hall has three catches for 25 yards on the season, but he could get more action at Vanderbilt.
Hall is now listed as a co-starter at the X receiver on Missouri’s depth chart along with sophomore J’Mon Moore, who is second on the Tigers with 16 catches, 205 yards and two touchdowns this season.
Moore only has five catches for 75 with one score in the last for games.