Mizzou was leading Miami (OH) 28-3 in the middle of the second quarter and for the first time all game Blaine Gabbert threw an incomplete pass.â†µ
He was 6-of-7 for 54 yards at that point.â†µ
I suggested that Mizzou should focus on getting Gabbert up to speed after an inefficient week against San Diego State.â†µ
Mizzou's top three running backs at the time of Gabbert's first incomplete pass had 11 carries for 135 yards and three touchdowns.â†µ
So it's not Gabbert and the passing game that are helping Mizzou dominate the RedHawks. It's the running game.