October 27, 2012

Kentucky Game Balls


After each game this year, PowerMizzou.com will recognize the standout performers by handing out our game balls. Here is our list from the 33-10 win over Kentucky.

Sheldon Richardson: Richardson made Missouri's biggest play, forcing a fumble, scooping it up and rolling 60 yards to set up Missouri's first score.

Kendial Lawrence: The senior ran for 108 yards and two scores on a career-high 23 carries, taking pressure off a passing game that was little threat.

Will Ebner: With three-and-a-half tackles for a loss, the senior now leads all SEC linebackers with 11 stops behind the line of scrimmage.

Andrew Baggett: Baggett made both of his field goals. He has now hit seven straight and also did a good job getting kickoffs deep.

Anthony Gatti: Gatti provided a break for Elvis Fisher, working in at left tackle and providing a bit of depth on a depleted offensive front.

Gahn McGaffie: When no one else was doing anything in the receiving corps, McGaffie made four first half catches, including a couple of tough grabs.

Randy Ponder: The cornerback had a couple of big hits and helped shut down Kentucky even when Kip Edwards went out with a strained neck.

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