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PHOTO GALLERY: Arizona State beats Missouri 37-30 in overtime

Saturday, September 10, 2011 | 3:23 a.m. CDT
Back judge John Freitas watches as place kicker Grant Ressel's field goal attempt misses with 12 seconds left in regulation as Missouri and Arizona were tied at 30. Arizona State won 37-30 in overtime.

TEMPE, Ariz —Despite a 14-point, fourth-quarter rally from Missouri, Arizona State defeated the Tigers 37-30 in overtime Friday night on an 11-yard pass touchdown pass into the flat from Brock Osweiler to Jamal Miles.

Set up by a 39-yard Henry Josey run, the Tigers moved the ball 62 yards in 1:10 to set up a 48-yard Grant Ressel field goal attempt with 0:17 remaining that would have put Missouri ahead 33-30.

The Tigers’ late comeback effort began on a 25-yard pass from James Franklin to L’Damian Washington with 12:00 remaining, and the Tigers tied the game on a four-yard hookup between Franklin and Egnew with 2:50 on the clock.

Franklin finished the game with 314 yards and two touchdowns on 25-of-40 passing, to go with 84 rushing yards and a score on the ground. Henry Josey had 94 yards rushing on nine carries.

 

Wide Receiver T.J. Moe catches a pass from quarterback James Franklin for a first down in the second quarter against Arizona State.
MU defensive lineman Terrell Resonno blocks an extra point attempt by the Sun Devils in the second quarter after they took the lead 16 - 10 over Missouri on Friday. Missouri came back from a 14-point deficit in the second half to force overtime but fell short.
MU wide receiver Marcus Lucas catches a pass as Sun Devil linebacker Oliver Aaron gives chase from behind during the fourth quarter against the Arizona State Sun Devils. Lucas had four catches for 87 yards in the 37-30 overtime loss at Arizona State.
Arizona State Sun Devil Fans cheer wildly after a long touchdown pass in the second quarter to put the Sun Devils ahead of the Tigers 16-10. Arizona State quarterback Brock Osweiler threw for 353 yards and three touchdowns in the 37-30 overtime win over the Tigers on Friday.
Sophmore defensive back E.J. Gaines, center, walks out of the tunnel with his teammates before their matchup with Arizona State on Friday. The Tigers lost 37-30 in overtime.
Missouri quarterback James Franklin runs for a first down as Arizona defenders force him out of bounds at Sun Devil Stadium on Friday. Franklin threw for 319 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 84 more and another score in the Tigers' overtime loss to Arizona State.

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