Henry Josey is over a 100 yards rushing with two touchdowns in the first half as Missouri leads Baylor 14-13 at halftime. Robert Griffin III ran in a quarterback sneak just as time expired in the half but the extra point was blocked enabling the Tigers to hang onto the lead.
The Tigers took an early 7-0 lead on a six yard run from Josey in the first quarter. Baylor came back with a long drive that was foiled when Robert Griffin III fumbled into the endzone for a touchback. The Bears would tie things up early in the second quarter when Griffin III found Terrance Williams across the middle for a touchdown. Missouri came right back with an 80 yard drive that was capped off by another Josey touchdown run to take a 14-7 lead. Baylor marched back down the field and scored with Griffin's plunge into the end zone.
Josey finished with 111 yards on just 10 carries to go along with his two touchdown runs. James Franklin has been efficient completing 8 of 12 passes for 61 yards. Franklin has also ran for 39 yards in the game.
Robert Griffin III leads Baylor with 167 yards passing and 56 yards rushing. Terrance Williams has six catches for 76 yards and a touchdown in the first half. The Bears hurt themselves with a fumble, a missed field goal and a blocked extra point in the first half.
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