Missouri Romps Iowa State 52-17 on Homecoming
The 2-3 Missouri Tigers will take on the 3-2 Iowa State Cyclones at 1 p.m. today for their annual homecoming game in Columbia.
Mizzou is looking to end a current two-game losing streak, while ISU is trying to recover from a 23-point loss to the Baylor Bears last Saturday.
Stay tuned right here for the latest news and updates about this Big 12 North matchup.
Missouri win 52-17 in their homecoming game against Iowa State. They improve to 3-3 by getting their first win inside the conference this season, while ISU falls to 3-3. James Franklin with a big day as he threw for 289 yards and rushed for 84 yards, while scoring five total touchdowns. Thanks for staying here for the latest update on this game. Until next time, I'm out! Go Mizzou!
Another ISU stalled drive gives the ball back to Missouri and essentially ends this game barring a near disaster.
Iowa State gets the ball back and RB Jeff Woody gets a 54-yard run on the second play of the series. The Cyclones still have a little fight left in them with around two minutes to go in the game.
Missouri just running the clock out now by using the ground game. Timeout MU with 2:40 left. This game is practically over at this point.
Mizzou backup RB De'Vion Moore rushes for three yards, giving the Tigers offense 300 rushing yards on the day. That's not too shabby if you ask me.
The fifth punt of the day for Iowa State gives the ball to Missouri at their own 12, with just over six minutes left.
Mizzou with yet another three and out. First down Iowa State at their own 35, down by 35, with under nine minutes left in the contest.
Tigers take over at their own 15 after another turnover on downs by the Iowa State offense. Brad Madison and Travis Ruth combine for the key sack in that series.
ISU now at the Mizzou 12, after three big plays. Many backups are in the game now for both squads.
Missouri punts the ball back to Iowa State after a three and out. The Cyclones will take over at their own 39-yard-line.
Touchdown Cyclones on a 13-yard run by RB Jeff Woody. Iowa State looked very impressive on that drive, as they just drove all the down the field and scored in less than two minutes. 52-17 Missouri with 12 minutes and change to go in regulation.
Touchdown Tigers as James Franklin hits Wes Kemp for a six-yard strike. Franklin now with five total TDs on the day. 52-10 Mizzou with over 14 minutes left in the game.
Missouri DE Brad Madison intercepts pass from ISU's Jared Barnett for the Cyclones third turnover of the game. First and goal for the Tigers.
Grant Ressel misses a 47-yarder field goal attempt to start the fourth quarter. First down Iowa State at their own 21, down 45-10.
ISU turns the ball back over to Mizzou after another Jantz incompletion. First down Tigers at their own 15.
Jantz to Darks for a 37-yard gain for the Cyclones. Iowa State now on the move inside Missouri's 30-yard-line.
Touchdown Missouri! That was all Franklin on that drive as he passed for 58 yards and rushed for 24, including the 1-yard TD run to cap the drive off. 45-10 Missouri with five minutes to go in the third quarter. This game is now officially a blowout.
16 more yards for Josey. He now is up to 131 rushing yards for the game as the Tigers are driving once again.
Another punt for ISU. The Tigers will take over inside their own 15-yard-line about halfway through the third.
Touchdown Tigers! Franklin hits T.J. Moe for a seven-yard TD to put Missouri up 38-10 with 9:07 left in the third. This game is quickly slipping away for the Cyclones
Two more big runs already for Mizzou RB Henry Josey on this drive. He already has 115 rushing yards for the game. Second down for the Tigers' offense now inside the Cyclones' 20-yard line.
Missouri holds Iowa State's offense to start the second half. The Tigers will take over at their own 18-yard-line for their opening half of the drive.
Iowa State starts the second half with the ball. Jantz hits Josh Lenz and Darius Reynolds in consecutive plays for a Cyclones' first down at their own 35-yard-line.
Missouri with 187 rushing yards and three touchdowns in the first half. Look for the Tigers to continue to pound the ball on the ground in the second half.
Missouri elects to go with the field goal on third down. Grant Ressel hits a chip shot from 23 yard out. 31-10 Mizzou at the half.
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