Missouri vs Texas Tech: ABC Live Coverage and Football Score - The ranked no. 14 Missouri Tigers will try to maintain their composure in the game and look to bounce back from their first setback of the season as they clash against the Texas Tech Red Raiders in a Big 12 play tonight.
Live at the Jones AT&T Stadium, the game between the Missouri vs Texas Tech will start at exactly 8:00 pm ET, Saturday, November 6, 2010.
Apparently, the Missouri Tigers’ national title hopes were dashed last weekend, as they were handled by No.14 Nebraska, 31-17, in a key Big 12 North Division matchup.
QB Taylor Potts didn’t have his best game with 227 yards and a TD and he was eventually replaced by Steven Sheffield, who passed for 129 yards and two scores in the fourth quarter. Despite the off game, Potts has had good success this season and has completed 65.4 percent of his throws for 298.5 passing ypg, with 21 TDs and five INTs.
“It’s our first loss of the year,” coach Gary Pinkel said. “It’s very difficult for all of us. We’re battlers and competitors. We’ll get up tomorrow, lessons learned, and move on.”
On the other hand, the Texas Tech Red Raiders resides at the bottom of the South Division with just a 2-4 ledger. The Raiders’ struggles were evident last weekend, when they suffered a 45-27 thrashing at Texas A&M.
Two of Gabbert’s favorite targets are Michael Egnew and T.J. Moe, who combined for 12 catches, 141 yards and a TD last weekend. For the season, Egnew tops the roster with 63 catches, while Moe is first with 696 receiving yards and four TDs.
QB Blaine Gabbert just could not find his rhythm against Nebraska last weekend, as he completed only a 18-of-42 pass attempts for 199 yards and a TD. Normally an efficient passer, Gabbert was under heavy pressure and sacked six times.
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GAME RESULTS AND HIGHLIGHTS:
Taylor Potts came off the bench and threw for 188 yards and three touchdowns to lead Texas Tech over No. 14 Missouri 24-17 on Saturday. Potts didn’t start for the first time this season but came in late in the first half and threw TD passes of 8, 5 and 16 yards on three straight possessions by the Red Raiders (5-4, 3-4 Big 12) spanning the halves to wipe out a 17-3 deficit.nca