Holding Penalty Keeps Tigers from Win
Daniel reached the end zone on the next play, but the Tigers werecalled for holding and pushed back to the 11. Shawn Moorehead sackedDaniel to end the game.
Daniel was 29-of-44 for 310 yards for Missouri, which lost for the fourth time in five games.
Iowa State moved ahead 21-10 with touchdowns on its first twopossessions of the second half. Missouri jumped offsides with theCyclones lined up for a field goal, and Iowa State took advantage byconverting on fourth down. Kock scored on a 1-yard run to give IowaState its first second-half lead in eight Big 12 games.
The Cyclones pushed their lead to 11 on a 9-yard touchdown run byKock. Iowa State reached the Missouri 11 with 3:40 left, but BretCulberson missed a 28-yard field goal that would have given theCyclones an eight-point lead.
Missouri's Tony Temple answered with a 7-yard TD run early in thefourth quarter, but the Tigers failed on a two-point conversion.
Early on, it looked as though the Tigers would run Iowa State offthe field. But the Cyclones held Missouri to just 38 yards of totaloffense in the second quarter and cut its deficit to 10-7 by the break.
Iowa State aired a short video message from McCarney thankingCyclones fans for their support following Missouri's first score andduring halftime. Highlights from McCarney's tenure - including IowaState's win over Pittsburgh in the 2000 Insight Bowl and its 1998victory over Iowa - ran during breaks in play.
McCarney announced his resignation last week after 12 seasons. He finished his career at Iowa State with a 56-84 record.
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