Missouri’s first defeat of the season came in sloppy but competitive fashion to No. 2 Georgia, leaving two schools of thought.
Missouri rebounded after allowing 572 passing yards to Purdue, keeping Georgia without an offensive touchdown in the first half.
Missouri had three turnovers and shot itself in the foot with multiple errors on offense.
Missouri’s defense didn’t allow an offensive touchdown until the second half of play Saturday.
The Tigers suffered their first defeat of 2018 despite not allowing an offensive touchdown until the second half.
Missouri kicks off against No. 2 Georgia at 11 a.m. Saturday from Memorial Stadium in Columbia.
Just under a third of Missouri’s offensive yardage against Purdue was produced by the two freshmen.
After two straight dominating displays against smaller opponents, the secondary failed its first test against a power five opponent.
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The Tigers' lackluster pass coverage against Purdue remains their biggest question mark entering a strenuous conference slate.