Missouri Vs. Oklahoma Score: Tigers Lead No. 1 Sooners, 14-10

Is there an upset brewing in Norman, OK? The Missouri Tigers hold a 14-10 lead over the No. 1 Oklahoma Sooners, though the latter is the team that just narrowed the deficit to just four points.

With six minutes left in the first quarter, Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones took the Sooners from the 20-yard line with four completions and an 11-yard run from Dominique Whaley. Jones capped the drive with a 24-yard touchdown pass to Ryan Broyles. After a review to determine if he had control of the ball as he went to the ground, the play was upheld.

You can see the video here:


Missouri quarterback James Franklin is also having a nice game. He scored the first Mizzou touchdown on a one-yard run. Then he electrified the field with a 45-yard pass to L'Damian Washington, putting the team up by 11 points at the time.

Recall that in 2010, the Tigers defeated the Sooners, 36-27. The Sooners were No. 1 at the time and picked up their first loss.

For more on this game, visit our Missouri blog Rock M Nation and our Oklahoma blog Crimson and Cream Machine.

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