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Missouri rebounded from its loss to Alabama with a 33-10 victory over the Kentucky Wildcats.
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The Missouri defense turned all three Kentucky lost fumbles into touchdowns in a 33-10 win over the Wildcats on Saturday. The win was the Tigers first in the SEC.
The Missouri Tigers earned their first SEC win on Saturday by crushing Kentucky, 33-10.
The Missouri defense held Kentucky scoreless in the third quarter, and the offense converted a field goal. The Tigers lead 20-10 after three quarters of play.
Missouri scored late in the second half, and lead Kentucky 17-10 at the half.
Sheldon Richardson's forced fumble paid dividend for Mizzou's offense, which is without James Franklin.
Tigers' quarterback Corbin Berkstresser faces a Kentucky secondary that features five true freshman.
The Tigers return from a bye week to host Kentucky on Saturday, as both teams will try to notch their first SEC win of the season.
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel credits the Kentucky Wildcats while his team seeks their first SEC win.
Despite their winless record in SEC play, Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel won't let injuries change his game plan against incoming Kentucky.
Corbin Berkstresser has struggled to replace starter James Franklin, but head coach Gary Pinkel says experience will help.
Missouri still hasn't won an SEC game, and it gets perhaps its weakest opponent-to-be as the Tigers come off a bye week.
Missouri quarterback James Franklin isn't ruled out for Kentucky just yet, but coach Gary Pinkel said his starting QB is doubtful.
Missouri will host the Kentucky Wildcats for their homecoming celebration on Saturday.
James Franklin will not return to start at quarterback for Missouri in the team's Homecoming game against Kentucky.
After a soul-crushing 42-10 defeat by No. 1 Alabama, Missouri looks to rebound on their Homecoming Day against Kentucky.