Mizzou Starts SEC Action at Vandy

Sept. 30, 2013


Game Five: Mizzou Tigers (4-0, 0-0) vs. Vanderbilt Commodores (3-2, 0-2)

Oct. 5, 2013 - Vanderbilt Stadium - Nashville, Tenn.

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MIZZOU STARTS SEC ACTION AT VANDERBILT

  • Mizzou Football begins the Southeastern Conference portion of its 2013 schedule at Vanderbilt on Saturday, Oct. 5, with a 6:30 p.m. CT kickoff televised by CSS...
  • With the 41-19 win victory over Arkansas State on Sept. 28, head coach Gary Pinkel won his 94th game as Mizzou's head coach. With the victory, he moved into sole possession of No. 2 in Missouri history past the legendary Dan Devine, who won 93 games from 1958-70...
  • Pinkel is now just seven wins shy of tying Don Faurot (101 wins from 1935-42, 1946-56) for the most wins in school history...
  • Vanderbilt improved to 3-2 overall with its most recent win, a 52-24 showing at home vs. UAB on Sept. 28...

FANTASTIC FOUR

  • The Tigers' rushing game has been so potent thanks in large part to its balance. Mizzou has four players with 215 or more rushing yards and 2 TDs or more, including sophomore TB Russell Hansbrough (335 yards, 3 TDs, 8.6 avg.), junior TB Henry Josey (238 yds., 4 TDs, 5.9 avg.), junior TB Marcus Murphy (224 yds., 4 TDs, 7.2 avg.) and senior QB James Franklin (215 yds., 2 TDs, 5.2 avg.)...
  • Mizzou's four-headed rushing monster is unique on the national level. The Tigers are the only school in the country with four players who have rushed for 215+ yards. Minnesota is the closest program with its top rushers at 352, 299, 251 and 203 yards. Nine total schools (Army, Duke, Minnesota, Oregon, Penn State, Texas A&M, Utah State, Wisconsin and Wyoming) can lay claim to having three rushers with 215+ yards...

KEEPING THE PENALTIES AT A MINIMUM

  • Mizzou is playing disciplined football so far, as the Tigers rank ninth in the nation, and second in the SEC in both fewest penalties (3.50 per/game) and fewest penalty yards (30.50 avg.) per outing...

WELCOME TO WILSON's WORLD

  • Senior LB Andrew Wilson led the way defensively for the Tigers with a career-high 17 tackles in Mizzou's 41-19 win over Arkansas State (Sept. 28). That tied for the second-highest tackles output in the Gary Pinkel era at Mizzou, trailing only the 20 stops registered in 2008 by LB Sean Weatherspoon against Buffalo...
  • The big night jumped Wilson into a tie for the team lead on the season, with 26 stops in four games. He has been Mizzou's leading tackler each of the past two seasons...
  • Career-wise, Wilson burst up to 245 stops as a Tiger, which is nearing the top 20 all-time in Mizzou history. Ranking 20th on the all-time list is LB Dedrick Harrington (2003-06), who recorded 280 career tackles...

TAKING CARE OF NON-CONFERENCE BUSINESS

  • Having just completed its non-conference schedule, Mizzou's statisical improvements are staggering. Mizzou rushed for 1,049 yards in the past four games, as opposed to just 596 yards last season vs. non-league teams. The Tigers' 6.2 average per rushing attempt casts a shadow over its 3.9 non-conference average from a season ago...
  • In terms of total offense against non-conference foes, Mizzou's 2,196 yards outpaces the 1,600 from last year...
  • Mizzou's offense has moved the ball at an impressive clip, notching 112 first downs in the first four games this season. During last season's games against non-conference opponents, the Tigers' claimed 77 first downs...

SIGHTS SET ON 5-0

  • Mizzou is 4-0 for the seventh time in 13 seasons under Pinkel. That kind of fast start to a season has been a precursor to big things for Pinkel at Mizzou, as the fewest wins those previous six teams ended up with was eight (2003, 2006, 2009), while the other three ended up with double-digit victories (12 in 2007, 10 in 2008, 10 in 2010)...
  • Mizzou's last 5-0 start in 2010 was part of a remarkable 7-0 run to begin the season. The Tigers finished that campaign with a 10-3 record, Big 12 North Co-Championship and an Insight Bowl appearance...

SAM CONTINUES TO BE A HANDFUL

  • Senior DL Michael Sam notched a career-best 3.0 sacks against Arkansas State (Sept. 28), while forcing a fumble. He ended the night with four tackles overall, including his 3.0 sacks for a total of 19 yards in losses. His played earned him SEC Defensive Line Player of the Week recognition...
  • The 3.0 sacks ties the NCAA single-game high through Sept. 28 this season, and Sam leads the SEC and ranks 18th in the NCAA so far with his tackles for loss average of 1.5 per game...

SPREADING OUT THE POINTS

  • The Tigers have been a model of consistency offensively so far in 2013, as they have scored in every one of their 16 quarters played to date, and the per-quarter scoring for Mizzou reads: 1st quarter - 44 points; 2nd quarter - 45 points; 3rd quarter - 44 points; 4th quarter - 49 points...
  • In the fourth quarter this year, Mizzou has outscored its four non-conference opponents by a 49-17 margin, much improved from 2012, when its four non-conference foes outscored MU by a 47-31 count in the final period...

STILL STREAKING

  • Mizzou's defense found itself deep in the fourth quarter against Arkansas State still looking for one of its signature turnovers. Redshirt freshman DL Harold Brantley, playing in his first career start, responded by getting his hands in the air to deflect a pass attempt from Arkansas State's Adam Kennedy. The deflection wobbled down field into the waiting hands of senior CB E.J. Gaines with a little more than four minutes left in the game...
  • The pick was Gaines' third of his final Tiger season and sixth of his career. His three INTs ties him for first in the SEC (0.75/per game)...

INTERCEPTIONS? MIZZOU HAS THOSE

  • Missouri recorded three interceptions for three-straight games to start the 2013 season, adding another sinlge pick against Arkansas State for 10 INTs on the year. The Tigers had just seven INTs all of last season. The 10 pickoffs are second-most in the NCAA, behind only Northwestern and Tennessee (11, in five games)...
  • Eight different Tigers have combined for the 10 total interceptions, with senior CB E.J. Gaines with three pickoffs. Gaines is Mizzou's active career interceptions leader with six, but interestingly enough, the INTs for all of the other seven in 2013 have marked the first of their careers...

MIZZOU'S DEFENSE LOOKS TO CONTINUE STREAK OF THIEVERY

  • The INT vs. Arkansas State pushed Missouri's consecutive games streak with a turnover forced to 34, the longest active streak in the country. The last time Mizzou didn't record a takeaway was Oct. 30, 2010 at Nebraska (a 31-17 loss)...
  • Conversely, the Tiger defense made its living in 2012 by jarring the ball loose from opponents, as MU recovered 16 fumbles in 12 games, which ranked them fifth in the nation for most recoveries...

TURNING IT AROUND ON THIRD DOWN

  • Mizzou has been outstanding on third down so far this season. The Tigers are 31-of-54 (.574) on third down this year, which ranks sixth in the country...
  • That's been a drastic shift from the 2012 season, when Mizzou finished the season ranked 109th nationally, with a season conversion rate of just 33.3 percent...
  • Through four games in 2013, Mizzou has converted 31 third-downs, after netting only 62 in 12 games in 2012...

FRANKLIN DELIVERS

  • Senior QB James Franklin amassed a career-best 404 yards of total offense as he led the Tigers to the convincing 45-28 road win at Indiana (Sept. 21). He finished the night 32-of-47 passing for a career-high 343 yards, two touchdowns (7 yards, 14 yards) and two interceptions, while also rushing for 61 yards and one touchdown (1 yard) on 13 carries (4.7 avg.)...
  • The rushing TD was the first for Franklin since he won Offensive MVP honors of the 2011 Independence Bowl against North Carolina...
  • Franklin helped Mizzou roll to 623 yards of offense against the Hoosiers, and that marked a record for most yardage ever by an opponent at IU's Memorial Stadium...
  • Through four games, Franklin has Mizzou's offense ranked eighth in the NCAA in total offense (549.0 ypg), eighth nationally in scoring offense (45.5 ppg) and sixth nationally in third-down conversion rate (57.4%)...
  • Individually, Franklin ranks 10th nationally, and third in the SEC in total offense, with his per-game average of 336.0 yards...

TWO IS BETTER THAN ONE

  • Mizzou had two 100-yard receivers at Indiana - senior wide receiver Marcus Lucas and sophomore wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham with Lucas grabbing 10 catches for 101 yards and Green-Beckham making eight receptions for 105 yards...
  • It marked the first time the Tigers had two 100-yard receivers since the final game of the 2010 season, a 27-24 setback to Iowa in the Insight Bowl. T.J. Moe made 15 catches for 152 yards, while Jerrell Jackson made nine catches for 129 yards in that game...

HANSBROUGH tops 100 Again

  • Further affirmation that Mizzou's crew of tailbacks is a group that will concern opposing defenses was given by sophomore TB Russell Hansbrough, who rushed for 104 yards on 13 carries, securing the second 100-yard game of his career by ripping off a 45-yard touchdown run late in the win over Indiana...
  • Hansbrough's strong night went along with steady rushing performances from junior TB Henry Josey (47 yards, 13 att.) and junior TB Marcus Murphy (67 yards, 10 att.). Mizzou's entire rushing effort against the Hoosiers totaled 280 yards to go along with Franklin's top-notch passing performance...

BIG NIGHTS FOR FOUR MIZZOU RECEIVERS

  • Career nights were had by a quartet of Mizzou's wide receivers, with the most prolific coming from the earlier mentioned senior Marcus Lucas's 10-catch, 101-yard performance, both career highs. Also topping the 100-yard mark for the first time of his career was sophomore Dorial Green-Beckham, who set new bests with eight catches for 105 yards...
  • Joining the previous two were junior Jimmie Hunt and senior L'Damian Washington, with Hunt snagging a career-high six catches for 44 yards. Washington matched his previous career-best of five catches in a 77-yard, one-touchdown outing...

EALY SCORES ANOTHER FOR MIZZOU'S DEFENSIVE LINE

  • Junior DL Kony Ealy had perhaps the single biggest individual play of the win at Indiana (Sept. 21), when, with the Hoosiers driving for a potential tying score right before half, he jumped to knock down a pass on a 3rd-and-3 at the MU 46-yard line with two minutes left. Instead of just knocking the ball down, however, Ealy got the ball to stick in his mitts, and he raced the other way for a 49-yard interception return for a touchdown. That staked the Tigers out to a 28-14 lead, and they never looked back the rest of the night, as the Tigers pulled away for the big road win...
  • The pickoff was the first of Ealy's career, and he ended the night with two total pass break ups overall, while adding one solo tackle as the Tigers held the vaunted Hoosier offense to well below their season averages coming in. Ealy earned SEC Defensive Line Player of the Week for his efforts...
  • Through four games, Ealy leads the Tiger defense with four pass break ups. According to www.cfbstats.com, Ealy's five passes defended (PBUs plus INTs) ranks him 47th among all defenders nationally, and tied for second among all defensive linemen...
  • Ealy's interception return was the 30th defensive touchdown for Mizzou under Gary Pinkel (2001-13) and the 20th pick six for a Tiger under Pinkel...

GOLDEN GOES 70

  • Ealy's play at Indiana was incredible due to the fact that Mizzou fans had just seen an equally impressive play in the Tigers' previous victory - the 38-23 win over Toledo (Sept. 7). Junior DL Markus Golden intercepted a pass from the Rockets' Terrance Owens and returned it 70 yards for a touchdown...
  • Golden's big pick-six started Mizzou's scoring in the second half, putting the Tigers up 24-9 with 11:40 left in the third quarter. A strong upfield rush and pressure from Golden put him in position to make the snag when Owens lost control of the football while attempting a pass...
  • Golden snatched the ball out of the air while he pushed Owens out of the way, allowing him open space to race 70 yards the other way for the score. Golden was named SEC Defensive Line Player of the Week for his efforts...
  • The 70-yard score represented the 29th defensive touchdown for Mizzou under Pinkel and the 19th pick six for a Tiger under Pinkel, but it was the first against an FBS foe since 2008 (William Moore INT vs. Iowa State - 17 yards). It also marked the longest defensive score for Mizzou since Pig Brown returned a fumble 100 yards in a 40-34 win to open the 2007 season in St. Louis, Mo. against Illinois. It was the longest interception return for a score by a Tiger since Marcus King returned one 99 yards against South Carolina to spark a big 38-31 comeback win for Mizzou in the 2005 Independence Bowl...

JOSEY GETS TWO ON TOLEDO

  • Junior TB Henry Josey scored twice on one-yard touchdown runs in the 38-23 win vs. Toledo (Sept. 7), with the double-dose of touchdowns baring significance...
  • Josey's multiple rushing TD performance was just the third of his career. His double against the Rockets matched one previous effort that came at Baylor on Nov. 5, 2011...
  • The Tiger TB's career day came on Sept. 17, 2011, vs. Western Illinois in which he scored three times on the ground, which was a part of the well-known Josey running spree that totaled 263 yards on just 14 carries...

WHEN FRANKLIN SHOULDERS THE LOAD

  • A balanced contribution from the Tiger offense is often asked for to assure victory for Mizzou, but when senior QB James Franklin handles the rushing to go along with his passing, good things happen for the Tigers...
  • Mizzou improved to 4-0 in games in which Franklin leads Mizzou in both rushing and passing yardage with his 77 rushing yards (17 attempts) and 212 passing yards (16-of-25) in the 38-23 win vs. Toledo (Sept. 7)...
  • Franklin's outing vs. Toledo showed the QB was more like himself from his stellar sophomore year in 2011, a campaign that ended with his previous rushing and passing team-leader performance in the 41-24 win vs. UNC in the Independence Bowl...
  • Franklin racked up 142 rushing yards (18 attempts) and 132 passing yards (15-of-23) against the Tar Heels, claiming Independence Bowl MVP honors...
  • Franklin is averaging 5.2 yards per rush in 2013 after averaging just 1.4 in his injury-riddled 2012 season...

Gary Pinkel IS EIGHTH-WINNINGEST ACTIVE FBS COACH

  • With his 167 career wins in 23 seasons as a head coach, Mizzou's Gary Pinkel is ranked eighth among active FBS coaches. Pinkel has a career record of 167-98-3 all-time (62.9%), including a 73-37-3 record (64.6%) in 10 years at Toledo (1991-2000) and 94-61 (60.6%) in 13 years at Mizzou...
MIZZOU COACHING WINS LEADERS
Coach Wins # Seasons (Years) Record Pct. # Bowls
Don Faurot 101 19 (1935-42, 46-56) 101-79-10 .558 4
Gary Pinkel 94 13 (2001-Present) 94-61 .606 8
Dan Devine 93 13 (1958-70) 93-37-7 .704 6
Warren Powers 46 7 (1978-84) 46-33-3 .580 5

PINKEL HAS SECOND-MOST WINS IN MIZZOU HISTORY

  • Mizzou Head Coach Gary Pinkel is in his 13th season at MU (23rd overall as a head coach) and touts a career record of 167-98-3 (62.9%)....
  • Pinkel, who has led MU to a combined record of 72-36 (66.7%) over the past 9 seasons, and to bowl games in 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011, has a 13-season record in Columbia of 94-61 (60.6%). Dating back to the 2005 Independence Bowl win over Steve Spurrier and South Carolina, Pinkel has gone 65-31 in his last 96 games overall (67.7%). MU's win in the 2008 opener against Illinois gave Pinkel his 50th MU win, and he now ranks second on the coaching wins list at MU, with 94. The win over Kansas in 2010 was the 150th of his career...
  • Pinkel is in a select group of Mizzou coaches that includes College Football Hall of Famers Don Faurot and Dan Devine, as well as Warren Powers, to be the only coaches to have an MU record of above .500 (with at least one full season coached) dating all the way back to 1935. Here's a quick look at the top winning coaches in MU history...
  • In 2007, Pinkel guided the Tigers from unranked in the pre-season to a team which won a school-record 12 games and a final ranking of #4 in the Associated Press Top-25. Mizzou ascended to #1 in the BCS rankings following the regular season, and stood just one half away from playing in the BCS National Championship Game (before Oklahoma pulled away from a halftime tie to win the Big 12 title game). For his efforts in 2007, Pinkel was a finalist for several national coach of the year awards, including the Robinson, Bryant and Munger awards. He was also named the National Coach of the Year by FieldTurf in 2007, and his 8 bowl games is an MU record...
  • Pinkel has directed Mizzou to 8 winning seasons (8-5 in 2003, 7-5 in 2005, 8-5 in 2006, 12-2 in 2007, 10-4 in 2008, 8-5 in 2009, 10-3 in 2010 and 8-5 in 2011), with those representing 8 of MU's 10 winning campaigns dating back to the 1983 season...
  • The Big 12 North Division titles won by Mizzou in 2007, 2008 and 2010 represent the only football conference titles of any kind Mizzou has won since 1969 - the last time it claimed a share of the old Big Eight Conference crown. In April of 2011, Pinkel agreed to a two-year contract extension, meaning he'll patrol the Tiger sidelines through the 2017 season.

WELCOME BACK, MR. JOSEY

  • It took 659 days, to be exact, but junior TB Henry Josey picked up where he left off at Faurot Field, rushing for 113 yards on just 13 carries (8.7 avg.) and one touchdown in Mizzou's 58-14 victory over Murray State...
  • The return of Josey provided a huge emotional spark for Mizzou and its fans after waiting one year, nine months and 20 days. The Tiger battled back after he suffered a severe knee injury on Nov. 12, 2011 against Texas...
  • Josey's first carry of the night went for a quick-hitting 12-yarder on MU's first possession of the season. Later, in the third quarter, he provided the special moment everyone was waiting for, when he sped around the right edge and outraced everyone for a 68-yard touchdown...
  • Fittingly, Josey raced right past the spot on the field on his TD run where he injured his knee in 2011. Prior to that injury, Josey was ranked fifth in the NCAA and first in the Big 12 Conference in rushing. He finished that season with 1,168 rushing yards, nine touchdowns and an 8.1 average per rush...
  • Josey was awarded with a game ball by Mizzou Head Coach Gary Pinkel in the locker room after the Murray State game, and that was the first time ever in Pinkel's 35-year coaching career that he had ever awarded a game ball to an individual...

BUT WAIT, THERE's MORE (TAILBACKS)

  • While junior TB Henry Josey led all rushers with 113 yards, Tiger sophomore TB Russell Hansbrough chipped in with 104 rushing yards on Aug. 31 on just eight attempts (13.0 avg.) with a pair of rushing TDs (3 yards, 51 yards)...
  • That marked the first time since 1999 that a pair of Tiger tailbacks both went for 100 yards in the same game. Two Tigers had done that nine times since 1999, but each time it involved one tailback and one quarterback...
  • The last time two Tiger TBs had 100 yards apiece, was in 1999 against Western Michigan, when DeVaughn Black and Zain Gilmore rushed for 205 and 139, respectively...

A FIRST TIME FOR EVERYTHING

  • With junior TB Henry Josey's 113 rushing yards, sophomore TB Russell Hansbrough's 104 rushing yards and senior QB James Franklin's 318-yard passing performance against Murray State (Aug. 31), Mizzou's high-powered offense featured two 100-yard rushers and a 300-yard passer for the first time in school history...
  • One of the closest calls to the accomplishment in recent history, with thanks to research from Mizzou Football historian Tom Orf, came in a narrow defeat at No. 1 Oklahoma on Sept. 24, 2011. Josey and Franklin were part of the picture with the duo rushing for 133 and 103 yards, respectively. Franklin threw for 291 yards in the 38-28 near-upset bid...

GAINES GAINS TWO INTERCEPTIONS

  • The preseason honors candidate got his senior campaign off to an outstanding start as he pulled in a career-high two interceptions and added four tackles as the Tiger defense was stout overall in Mizzou's 58-14 win over Murray State in the 2013 season opener...
  • Gaines' first interception was a key one that came at a time when the game was still in the balance, as Murray had the ball with a 14-13 lead early in the 2nd quarter. Gaines jumped an out route and made a diving interception to give Mizzou the ball at the Racer 33-yardline. Three plays later, Mizzou converted with a touchdown for a 20-14 lead, and that jump-started the Tigers to 45-straight unanswered points...

WITH A TIGER VICTORY, MIZZOU WILL...

  • Start 5-0 for the fifth time in Coach Pinkel's 13-season tenure at Mizzou.
  • Start 5-0 for the first time since the 2010 season, a campaign that brought Mizzou a Big 12 North Co-Championship and 10-3 record.
  • Win its conference opener for the sixth-time under Pinkel's direction.
  • Improve to 95-61 under Coach Pinkel, moving the Tiger coach closer to Mizzou's all-time winningest coach, Don Faurot, who won 101 games (1935-42, 46-56).
  • Break a series history tie with Vanderbilt and improve to 3-2-1 against the Commodores.

SERIES HISTORY - Mizzou vs. VANDERBILT

  • Saturday's Mizzou-Vanderbilt matchup marks the sixth game between the two programs (2-2-1), with the Tigers surrendering last year's contest the resumed the series by a tight score of 19-15 (Oct. 6, 2012)...
  • The Tigers and Commodores first met in 1895, the sixth season of football at Missouri. Mizzou won 16-0 and notched another victory the next season, 26-6, in a game that was played in St. Louis...
  • The next two games in the series took pace in Columbia in back-to-back seasons (1957, 58). MU-VU played to a 7-7 tie in 1957, with Vanderbilt sneaking away with a 12-8 victory the following year...

Mizzou

VANDERBILT

RUSHING Att. Yds. Avg. TD Avg/G
Hansbrough 39 335 8.6 3 83.8
Josey 40 238 5.9 4 59.5
Murphy 31 224 7.2 4 56.0
RUSHING Att. Yds. Avg. TD Avg/G
Seymour 47 286 6.1 6 57.2
Tate 55 244 4.4 3 48.8
Kimbrow 22 101 4.6 1 25.2
PASSING Com.-Att. Pct. Yds. TD-Int. Avg./G Rating
Franklin 95-140 67.9 1129 9-3 282.2 152.53
Mauk 2-3 66.7 18 0-0 18.0 117.07
PASSING Com.-Att. Pct. Yds. TD-Int. Avg./G
Carta-Samuels 88-136 64.7 1223 8-5 244.6
Robinette 4-5 80.0 41 0-0 13.8
RECEIVING Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Avg./G
Green-Beckham 21 334 15.9 4 83.5
Lucas 21 202 9.6 0 50.5
Washington 19 254 13.4 3 63.5
Hunt 10 83 8.3 1 20.8
RECEIVING Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Avg./G
Matthews 40 586 14.6 4 117.2
Krause 19 349 18.4 1 69.8
Cunningham 9 79 8.8 0 15.8
Tate 6 76 12.7 1 15.2
DEFENSE S-Ast. Total TFL Sack Int. PBU FF-FR
Gaines 19-7 26 2.0 0.0 3-0 1 0-0
Wilson 12-14 26 1.5 0.0 0-0 0 0-0
Webb 15-7 22 1.0 0.0 1-9 0 0-0
DEFENSE S-Ast. Total TFL Sack Int. PBU FF-FR
Ladler 21-14 35 1.0 0.0 1-0 1 0-0
Marshall 18-15 33 2.0 0.0 0-0 0 0-0
Herring 15-15 30 1.0 1.0 0-0 4 0-0

 

 

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