Tigers seal victory over Buffalo on Saturday
Saturday, September 20, 2008 | 8:04 p.m. CDT;
updated 11:42 p.m. CDT, Saturday, September 20, 2008
Missouri running back Derrick Washington carries the ball as Buffalo’s Scott Pettigrew tries to tackle him. Washington ran for 89 yards on 18 carries and scored two touchdowns.
Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel runs downfield as Buffalo’s Raphael Akobundu prepares to make a tackle.
Jeremy Maclin returns a kickoff as Buffalo’s Alex Pierre chases from behind.
Missouri defender Tommy Chavis, right, goes to dive on the ball after it was stripped from Buffalo’s Lawrence Rolle.
Missouri running back Drew Temple celebrates on the sideline after a Tigers touchdown.
Missouri watches the game unfold from the sideline on Saturday. The Tigers were heavily favored, but costly turnovers kept the game close for three quarters.
Jeremy Maclin carries the ball against Buffalo on Saturday. The receiver had 14 catches in the game for 168 yards.
Missouri tight end Chase Coffman caught 10 passes for 84 yards and a touchdown Saturday. But he also lost a fumble, one of three Tigers turnovers. “That’s something that we need to get fixed,” he said.
MU defensive tackle Ziggy Hood runs toward Buffalo punter Peter Fardon during the Tigers’ game Saturday.
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