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COLUMBIA, Mo. - University of Missouri junior DE Shane Ray (Kansas City, Mo.) was named the Southeastern Conference Defensive Line Player of the Week for his big game this past Saturday as he helped lead Mizzou to a thrilling 21-20 road comeback win at 13th-ranked South Carolina. Ray won the award, as announced tonight by the league office, after recording a career-high eight tackles (all solo stops), including 2.0 quarterback sacks, which ties his personal best.
DEFENSIVE LINE Shane Ray, DE, Missouri
• Keyed the Mizzou defense and its stellar effort which shut down a dangerous Gamecock offense in MU's 21-20 comeback win. Ray ended the night with 8 tackles - all solo and 2 quarterback sacks, while being credited with a QB hurry as well.
• The 2-sack game was already the third of the season for Ray, who now ranks #1 in the NCAA in both QB sacks (1.6 p/g) and tackles for loss (2.3 p/g). His 8.0 total sacks is already just 3.5 behind the Mizzou single-season record of 11.5 established by both Michael Sam (2013) and Aldon Smith (2019).
• Mizzou's defense held South Carolina's offense to season-low totals in several categories, including points (20), yards (338), passing yards (219) and 1st downs (18).
Quarterback It’s no secret that I’m been a huge Maty Mauk fan. The kid just has it. Has the leadership. Has the moxy. Has the ability. And the guy just has fun. Remember the Toledo game where J’mon Moore was wide open on the post? Maty drops the ball perfectly into his arms for what would be and easy score and J’mon drops it. (No shame in that. I dropped my first pass ever thrown to me against Illinois in ‘09 and it also would’ve gone for a score. I turned out just fine. J’mon will too.) How does Maty react? He looks up to the sky and laughs. He doesn’t run over to the freshman and light into him. He gives him a high five and tells him to shake it off, all while having a blast every second of the game himself. That’s the kind of guy you want to play with. And that hit on Coach Spurrier? I know you did it on purpose, Maty. And I loved it.
(Emphasis mine.) Okay, let's hear what Maty Mauk had to say about it, on TJ Moe's very own new show:
Mauk, on running into Steve Spurrier: "I didn't even know it was him until the end of the game."— David Morrison (@DavidCMorrison) September 29, 2014
Mauk said he texted with Dylan Thompson to make sure he could clear the air with Spurrier.— David Morrison (@DavidCMorrison) September 29, 2014
God-Awful Offense: Alright, let's get this out of the way first. Both defenses played pretty well. Got that part? OK, good. Moving on. Both offenses were putrid. They combined to run 61 of 149 plays (40.9 percent) for zero yards or fewer. Nearly half of Missouri's plays (33 of 70) went for nothing. Of the 31 drives in the game, 19 ended in punts, two on downs, two on kneeldowns to close a half and one on a missed field goal.
This had to be Brothers' best game as a college player. He had 10 tackles, matching the career high he set against Georgia last year. All but two were unassisted. Seven were assisted versus the Bulldogs. Those 10 tackles happened an average of 6 yards from the line of scrimmage. The 10 against South Carolina happened an average of 2.5 yards from the line of scrimmage. He had a tackle for loss and a pick against Georgia, two tackles for loss and two passes defended against South Carolina.
Here's another thing: the three-wideout, tight-end set had a renaissance, getting 5.7 yards per carry and two touchdowns on the ground as well as being the set from which Mauk hooked up with Sasser for 41 yards. That's a good thing, because Missouri only had about three wide receivers Saturday.
Mauk says on @CBSSports920 his favorite uniform combo is white on white. Says he hopes no gold pants for Georgia game.— Dave Matter (@Dave_Matter) September 29, 2014
The possible game times for Missouri-Georgia are 11 a.m. (CBS), 2:30 p.m. (CBS), 5 p.m. (ESPN), 6:30 p.m. (SEC Network) and 8 p.m. (ESPN). After the CBS 2:30 selection, ESPN chooses next for its two SEC games, followed by CBS for the 11 game, followed by SEC Network.
Keep hearing about 11am games being bad for fans. Ok, but sellout crowd for last year's Florida game created a great atmosphere. 11 am game— Dave Matter (@Dave_Matter) September 30, 2014
Alden: MU's data says early start times are more challenging for fans. Afternoon starts rate the best.— Dave Matter (@Dave_Matter) September 30, 2014
Missouri bringing in heavy hitters next month There were some questions regarding whether new Mizzou coach Kim Anderson would be able to recruit at a high level. By keeping ace recruiter Tim Fuller and hiring former Huntington Prep (W.Va.) coach Rob Fulford, Anderson made key moves in attempting to alleviate some concerns.
And if the weekend of Oct. 10 is any indication, the new staff at Missouri is already making waves in the grassroots and high school circuit.
Sources have informed CBSSports.com that the Tigers have a monster weekend planned, bringing in 10 visitors. Here's the rundown:
• Official visits: Isaiah Briscoe (No. 9 in 2015), Antonio Blakeney (No. 17 in 2015), Thomas Bryant (No. 25 in 2015)
• Unofficial visits: Jayson Tatum (No. 1 in 2016), Miles Bridges (No. 23 in 2016), Michael Porter (No. 4 in 2017), Ted Kapita (No. 37 in 2015), Kobi Simmons (No. 15 in 2016), Curtis Jones (No. 56 in 2016), Tyler Cook (No. 57 in 2016)
MU’s Emily Thater ended the onslaught with a kill out of the timeout. The Tigers never trailed the rest of the match and claimed a 25-19, 25-15, 25-16 victory Sunday at the Hearnes Center.
Please pardon our lack of Volleyball coverage as Rock M Nation's Chris L Turner is home dealing with some family issues.
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