Missouri-Wyoming football: Live updates, score, analysis
Final: Missouri 38, West Virginia 7
It was a hell of a performance for the Tigers, who bounced back in a big way and will now prepare to take on SEMO next week.
12:07 Q4: Nick Bolton gets his second interception of the day, and this one’s a pick-six. Missouri is just dominating West Virginia today. This is the team we thought we were going to see last week.
3:59 Q3: Tucker McCann attempts a 37-yard field goal but it’s no good. That should’ve been an easy one for him. Hopefully the punting isn’t getting to him. Oh well. Mizzou still leads 31-0.
Halftime: Jonathan Nance couldn’t get a foot in-bounds on his attempt at a touchdown, but Barrett Banister makes up for it on a 3-yard score. Missouri heads to the locker room with a nice 31-0 lead.
5:36 Q2: Kelly Bryant has looked so good this week. Just avoided a sack and found Daniel Parker Jr. for a long first down, then he side stepped another potential sack before finding Albert Okwuegbunam in the end zone. Missouri leads 24-0.
13:02 Q2: Larry Rountree III looks much better this week than last. He runs one in from 10 yards out to make it a 17-0 game.
End Q1: Missouri leads West Virginia 10-0. Let’s hope this week’s second quarter turns out better than last week’s.
1:52 Q1: Cale Garrett tips a pass and it falls right into Ronnell Perkins’ lap. Missouri gets its second takeaway of the quarter (and of the season) with a couple minutes left.
4:47 Q1: After a dropped pass stalled a solid drive, Albert Okwuegbunam makes up for it with a 26-yard touchdown from Kelly Bryant. Offense is starting to come alive at Faurot.
5:27 Q1: Nick Bolton intercepts a tipped pass and Missouri has its first turnover of the season.
8:34 Q1: Missouri doesn’t do a ton on its second drive but gets close enough to get a 44-yard field goal out of Tucker McCann. Tigers lead 3-0.
Mizzou corner Jarvis Ware just walked by me and said “I’m not even playing. I f***** up my ankle,” to Aijha Blackwell.— Tyler Murry (@TylerMurryABC17) September 7, 2019
So there’s that.
The PA announced him as a starter just now.
So there’s this...
Missouri-Wyoming football: Time, TV channel
Time: 11:00 a.m. CT
Date: Sept. 7, 2019
Location: Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium; Columbia, MO
Missouri-West Virginia football: How to watch online
Missouri-West Virginia football: Betting odds
Missouri is a 14-point favorite against WVU, according to VegasInsider.com. The over/under is 52.5 points.