Maty Mauk launches a pass to Jimmie Hunt down field for a 45 yard touchdown in the first quarter
Rough start to the first half, Markus Golden out of the game with a pulled hamstring, Russell Hansbrough horse-collared then Evan Boehm limped off the play on a drive that saw 25 penalty yards. Mizzou was fortunate through it's first three games not to suffer many penalties.
Tevin Coleman scored the first touchdown of the game after a 47 yard bomb to Nick Stoner.
After a right leg injury to left guard Anthony Gatti, Maty Mauk answered with a 45 yard bomb to Jimmie Hunt.
Brad McNulty in at left guard.
Indiana backup running back D'Angelo Roberts scored on a 16 play, 75 yard drive, converting a 4th and goal for a touchdown with a pitch to the outside after diving up the middle and being stuffed on the two previous plays.
At this point Indiana has run 33 plays, Missouri 12.
Mizzou's defense has looked good but Indiana is compensating for talent disparity by playing with great tempo to wear out the defensive line. Notably Eric "Zeus" Biesel has seen some early snaps in relief of Michael Scherer.
Russell Hansbrough ties the game 14-14 at the 6:50 mark with a 68 yard touchdown run, giving him 3 rushes for 111 yards.
Curiously, Wesley Leftwich in the game for Darius White. Darius White comes back in later in the drive near the goal line. Mauk looks for him on a rollout but Indiana has a lot of men in coverage.
Andrew Baggett makes a 27 yard field goal off the left hash mark to make it 17-14.
Indiana drives down the field. Shane Wynn nearly toes touches in a touchdown with 2 seconds left but the replay is inconclusive and they kick a field goal to tie it at 17-17.
Mizzou halftime stats:
Mauk: 11/17, 144 yds, TD
Hansbrough: 4 carries, 112 yds, TD
Scherer: 10 tackles
As a team: 0 sacks, 0 turnovers
Missouri outgaining Indiana, 269-257, averaging 8.4 yards a play to the Hoosiers' 4.9.— David Morrison (@DavidCMorrison) September 20, 2014
MIZZOU HALFTIME REPORT #IUvsMIZZ pic.twitter.com/ByUt9fedpD— Ali Fisher (@FishFeer) September 20, 2014
Mizzou starts the second half with the ball but Maty Mauk immediately throws an interception after rolling to his left, overthrowing Marcus Murphy.
Tevin Coleman is back in the game for Indiana. Shane Ray finally gets to Nate Sudfeld, partially aided by a blitz from Michael Scherer. Mizzou's defense forces a 3 and out and Indiana shanks a 41 yard field goal wide right.
Harold Brantely runs a fake punt on 3rd and 4 but the ensuing three plays can't convert on the surprise play. Mauk feels pressure on all three downs and Mizzou punts the ball away. Darius White may have pulled a hamstring.
Indiana nearly completes a long bomb over Aarion Penton, then on 3rd and 5 AMP gets his hand on an underneath pass to force a punt. Marcus Murphy gets a nice return.
Darius White back in on the next possession but another stalled drive.
Sideline reporter commenting on the take away streak saying Dave Steckel heard on the side line imploring the defense to force a turnover.
Bowling Green rolled up 37 first downs on Indiana last week before getting plowed this week. Just a little context for events in CoMo.— Joe Strauss (@JoeStrauss) September 20, 2014
A bunch of stuff happened. Indiana scored on a two play drive. 24-17.
Sean Culkin up to 6 catches for 85 yards this year. MU tight ends had 9 catches for 78 yards all last year. #TightEndPassGame— David Morrison (@DavidCMorrison) September 20, 2014
So much truth to this:
To borrow a sentiment from a friend, Maty Mauk has to lead the FBS in "lowest % of consequences for questionable passes in games."— David Morrison (@DavidCMorrison) September 20, 2014
Bud Sasser catches a jump pass from Maty Mauk, then another in the slot, before Mauk finds Sean Culkin - yes a tight end- in front of the pylon to tie the game 24-24.
Charles Harris picks up his first sack and forces a 3 and out from Indiana.
Mizzou's offensive line has just look bad. No two ways about it. Numerous high snaps, little to no push on runs, shaky pass protection. It's not all just on Anthony Gatti being out.
Sean Culkin straight up destroyed someone on a Maty Mauk scramble. Big pass to Bud Sasser. Big first down to Darius White who then limps off the field. Bad snap. Darius White back in. Brad McNulty false start.
This isn't cool:
Yes, if you're wondering, #Mizzou is driving toward the north end zone.— Tod Palmer (@todpalmer) September 20, 2014
It's Good! #Mizzou up 27-24 in #TheZOU pic.twitter.com/nSzMOuvYX0— Mizzou Football (@MizzouFootball) September 20, 2014
40 yard field goal good by Andrew Baggett. Mizzou 27-24. 2:20 left to go.
Indiana gets a 4th and 2 stop but defensive pass interference extends the drive. Tevin Coleman takes a screen down the field and sets up on the goal line. Mizzou doesn't call a timeout for a bit, then does, then Indiana dives over the top to go up 31 - 27 and the rest pretty much didn't matter.
Final Mizzou Stats:
27/46, 310 yards, 2 touchdowns, 1 INT, 13 carries for 32 yards
Marcus Murphy 11 carries for 11 yards, no touchdowns
Russell Hansbrough 10 carries for 119 yards, 1 touchdown
Bud Sasser 11 receptions for 142 yards, 0 touchdowns
Sean Culkin 4 receptions for 45 yards, 1 touchdown
Jimmie Hunt 5 receptions 75 yards 1 touchdown
Darius White 5 receptions 51 yards 0 touchdowns
Michael Scherer lead all tacklers with 13 tackles
Shane Ray had 1 sack
Charles Harris had 1 sack
Anthony Gatti, formerly the starting left guard, has a torn ACL, according to Pinkel after the game
At least 5 high snaps from Evan Boehm