Sights from Missouri's home opener against their first SEC opponent, the South Carolina Gamecocks. At the end of the first quarter the score was 7-0 Missouri, with a defensive touchdown off a fumble from linebacker Cale Garrett. In the second quarter, Missouri kicked in a 47 yard field goal to start, which was followed up with a South Carolina touchdown after a Kelly Bryant interception. Kelly Bryant threw a touchdown to Albert Okwuegbunam in the late second quarter to extend the Tigers' lead 17-7 at the half. In the third quarter the Gamecocks scored the first points with a 75 yard touchdown heave from QB Ryan Hilinksi, but Tigers tacked on two more touchdowns as well. One from DB Ronnell Perkins who took a pass 100 yards the opposite way for a pick-six, the other was a RB screen to Tyler Badie that went for 21 yards to the end zone. In the fourth, Missouri completed a field goal but there was no other action. The game ended 34-14.