Ace Sanders Returns Punts With Violence, Makes Neat Catches

Ace Sanders returns punts kind of like Marcus Lattimore does everything. Also, he is good at catching footballs.

Whether Mizzou is READY FOR THE SEC or not, there's one thing they're probably going to always be ready for: defending spread offenses. It's the power offenses they're supposed to not be ready for, right? Especially ones led by Lattimore?

South Carolina's thought differently early on, getting stuffed at the 1 by the new guys while running lots of shotgun run trickery with Connor Shaw.

Sanders did a fine job of giving the Cocks another chance to do it right (which they did, thanks to Lattimore), and Missouri's definitely going to need to cut out that poke-tackling stuff that happens about halfway in. Sanders looks like a ball of wild energy here, bowling over opponents and teammates alike before the sideline grants everyone some peace and quiet:

Also, here's Sanders making a CATCH OF THE WEEK OF THE MONTH OF THE SEASON candidate, snagging a touchdown by the fingertips. I'm mostly just glad there wasn't anybody who happened to be standing in the end zone there, as we need to just keep people out of Sanders' way whenever possible.

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