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It’s one of the Missouri Tigers most painful losses, dropping a 15-14 decision to 12th ranked Kentucky on the game’s final play on Saturday  in Columbia. MO.

Mizzou had built a 14-3 lead in the first half, but Kentucky suffocated the Tigers offense in the second half, allowing no points and unbelievably no first downs.

Kentucky got a touchdown on a Lynn Bowden, Jr. 67 yard punt return. Kentucky then drove the field in the game’s final minute. A pass interference penalty on the last timed play gave the Wildcats an extra play. On that play, Kentucky QB Terry Wilson completed a two yard TD pass to C.J. Conrad to win the game, 15-14.

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Fox 2 Sports reporter Charlie Marlow was in Columbia for this contest and has the Tigers report from their shocked locker room.

 

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