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Auburn Handles Arkansas; Missouri Shuts Down Tennessee

postgame-links-150x1501Auburn 35 – Arkansas 17. Video Highlights

1. Auburn running back Tre Mason racked up 168 rushing yards for the Tigers. The team ran for 233 yards.

2. Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall played despite a shoulder injury. “Nick is one tough customer,” coach Gus Malzahn said.

3. Arkansas dominated time of possession in the first half but failed to take advantage.

4. Arkansas has lost six straight games. That’s the school’s worst losing streak since 1990.

5. Auburn coach Gus Malzahn denied that one of his players faked an injury. “He got hurt. We went and got him. … We don’t tell our kids to fake.”

Missouri 31 – Tennessee 3. Video Highlights

6. Missouri QB Maty Mauk’s “craziness” helped him as he put up 277 yards of total offense against Tennessee.

7. Another thing that helped Mauk: Missouri’s defense shutdown the Vols’ offense.

8. Missouri kicker Andrew Baggett hit the left upright again. “Not again,” Baggett said after the game.

9. Tennessee coach Butch Jones was disappointed in his line play. “They dominated the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball.”

10. Vols freshman QB Josh Dobbs “came back with a positive attitude” despite the offense’s struggles.

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Carolina Kicker Fry Feels For Missouri Kicker Baggett

missouri-field-goal-laces-out-inBy now everyone is aware of the fact that Missouri kicker Andrew Baggett missed a 24-yard field goal in overtime that would have staved off a 27-24 blown-lead, overtime loss last weekend.  Baggett took so much Twitter grief after the game that it became national news and led coach Gary Pinkel to tell a number of Mizzou fans to “back off.”

Well his placekicking counterpart on South Carolina’s team, Elliott Fry, feels Baggett’s pain:

 

“I feel terrible with what’s happened with the media and him and his fans, just being a kicker.  Especially when it’s not completely his fault.  There’s not a kicker that goes through his career that hasn’t missed one.  I feel terrible about how he’s getting treated for that.

Obviously, it was just exciting to see the ball come off (the upright) and get the win, but at the same time I feel bad for him.”

 

Fry pointed out — as have several websites — that the hold for Baggett’s kick wasn’t perfect.  “He got a lot of laces on that hold… It’s really hard to (kick with the laces).  So I guess the fault lies with both, not just him, but there’s a lot that goes into it, too.”

Considering the nastiness hurled at Baggett, perhaps Mizzou’s holder should stay away from Twitter for a while.  After all, everyone knows that it’s laces out (away from kicker) rather than laces in (facing the kicker).

 

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