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Tigers dominate Commodores, 41-0

Missouri looked dominate against Vanderbilt, but the story of the game was female kicker, Sarah Fuller

NCAA Football: Vanderbilt at Missouri Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

It’s not often the Missouri Tigers pitch a full-game shut out, and even less often they do it in such dominate fashion, but that’s exactly what Drinkwitz and Co. showed up and gave us this afternoon.

Both Missouri’s offense and defense shined in today’s outing against Vanderbilt. Larry Rountree III and Tyler Badie both looked like NFL caliber running backs against the Commodore defense all game.

Defensively, the Tigers wouldn’t budge. Another outstanding performance from star linebacker Nick Bolton helped pave the way to a shutout.

The big story from today’s matchup however was female kicker, Sarah Fuller. Fuller became the first woman to ever play in a power five college football game. Though she didn’t get the chance to put any points on the board, her actions today will go down in history.