The hole for the Missouri Tigers just gets deeper with each quarter as South Carolina took a 28-3 lead against the Tigers in the third. It had been a quiet quarter for the most part, but South Carolina found an opening in Missouri's secondary for a 13-yard touchdown pass from Connor Shaw to Rory Anderson.
Aside from the 22-yard field goal that gave Mizzou its only points of the day, the Tigers have struggled mightily on offense. Mizzou only has 150 total yards after three quarters, compared to the Gamecocks' 336 total yards. Actually, South Carolina has almost 100 more passing yards than Mizzou does total.
It's going to take a dramatic turnaround for the Tigers to climb back into the game.
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