Here's what everyone is saying about the Missouri Tiger 30-9 victory over the Texas A&M Aggies.
Missouri Stays Unbeaten, Big Tests Next -- NCAAFB FanHouse
Things are about to get much tougher, though. The Tigers have not played a ranked team yet -- in fact, either Illinois or Texas A&M would qualify as the toughest opponent to date for Missouri -- but face No. 6 Oklahoma next week and No. 5 Nebraska the following week. It could be a perfect time for No. 21 Missouri to announce its presence with authority, or simply come down to Earth. Time will tell.
Tigers trounce Aggies, move to 6-0 Tiger Extra - Mizzou Sports | ColumbiaTribune.com
Playing a week after suffering what was diagnosed as a hip pointer, Missouri’s Blaine Gabbert put together his best game of the season, throwing for 361 yards and three touchdowns. Johnson put up prolific yardage—322 yards on 27-of-48 passing—but the Aggies (3-3, 0-2) punted or turned the ball over on downs on 10 of 12 possessions.
Tigers move to 6-0 with 30-9 win at A & M
The 19th ranked Missouri Tigers left the state for the first time this season and, in their first road game facing Texas A & M, answered several questions about their team in a 30-9 win over the Aggies. First, the Tigers defense is for real. Second, regardless of what Blaine Gabbert’s injury is (high hip pointer, sore ribs?), it didn’t affect his ability to throw the ball.
Missouri rolls over Texas A&M into OU - College Football Nation Blog - ESPN
"You earn respect," Pinkel said of his defense, which limited Texas A&M to just 130 yards of offense in the game's first 35 minutes, and led 23-0 early in the third quarter. "That's just what you do." The Tigers did plenty of it, sending a Texas A&M team with big dreams to a third consecutive loss -- the first of the season on its home field, marring one of the team's preseason goals of going undefeated at Kyle Field.
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Offensive struggles continue: The Aggie offense struggled for the fourth consecutive week. Jerrod Johnson was again uncomfortable in the pocket. The running game never got going. And the offensive line couldn't hold their blocks. It was an all-around inept performance from coach Mike Sherman's offense.
Mizzou defense makes it seem like old times in rout of Texas A&M - KansasCity.com
Well on Saturday – the last six Saturdays really – the good ol’ days of rock and roll you defense returned to Ol’ Mizzou. Yes, Missouri’s offense came to play in a 30-9 victory at Texas A&M, but it was the Missouri defense that sent the Aggies to a third straight defeat and fully half of the folk in a Kyle Field crowd of 83,453 home by the start of the fourth quarter.