COLUMBIA, Mo. — Auburn football went into Missouri’s Faurot Field and blasted the host Tigers, 51-14, on Saturday night without three of its starters. After the game, Auburn coach Gus Malzahn confirmed junior running back Kamryn Pettway, senior linebacker Tre’ Williams and sophomore cornerback Javaris Davis all sat out against Missouri with injury. While Williams and Davis weren’t active, Pettway dressed out for the game but stood on the sidelines with a heavily taped right foot.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Jarrett Stidham had the second-best passing performance in SEC history against Mercer last Saturday. But the Auburn football quarterback put up impressive numbers without attempting a pass of 30-plus yards. That wasn’t going to happen again Saturday night in Columbia, Mo. On the first play of the game, Stidham dropped back and fired a huge deep ball over the middle of the field to sophomore Kyle Davis.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Auburn football opened its SEC schedule Saturday night against Missouri knowing it needed to rise to the occasion. It already fell short of expectations on easy tests twice in 2017. But Gus Malzahn’s team finally got high marks across the board in Week 4, posting a 51-14 rout of Missouri in Columbia. The Tigers (3-1, 1-0 in the SEC) moved the ball efficiently and were turnover-free, and the first-team defense prevented Missouri from getting into the end zone on all but one drive.
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Selecting a term
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