Missouri Misses 24-Yard FG in OT, Suffers First Loss of the Season

Tristan ThornburghSocial Media StaffOctober 27, 2013

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The fifth-ranked Missouri Tigers were undefeated as they took on No. 21 South Carolina in a game that had gone into overtime. Trailing 27-24, the Tigers had a chance to send it into a third overtime with a 24-yard field-goal attempt. But kicker Andrew Bagget missed the chip shot, hitting the left goal post.

BuzzFeed Sports tweeted out a picture of a devastated Mizzou fan:

This is what heartbreak looks like in Missouri. pic.twitter.com/QV4djk2Som

— BuzzFeed Sports (@BuzzFeedSports) October 27, 2013

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