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Missouri scored late in the second half, and lead Kentucky 17-10 at the half.
The Tigers outscored the Wildcats 7-3 in the quarter, and the one lone touchdown of the quarter came after Kentucky botched snap on a long 53-yard field goal attempt. Missouri took advantage of that error, and drove 10 plays for 52 yards which was capped on a 2-yard Kendial Lawrence touchdown run.
Both teams have struggled to move the ball, Missouri has just 150 yards of total offense, and Kentucky just 143. Tigers have struggled to move the ball with Corbin Berkstresser at quarterback, he is just 8-of-13 for 67 yards, and he could possibly be replaced. Late in the second quarter, James Franklin was seen warming up on the sidelines, and he is cleared to play. So, there could be a quarterback change if Bersktresser continues to struggle.