Missouri hoping to overcome offensive struggles
COLUMBIA (AP) - The 34-0 loss to Georgia is the only time Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk can ever remember being shut out.
So, he hosted an hours-long meeting with his receivers. It had one agenda: how to get back on track.
The Tigers gained just 147 yards on 43 plays last week, and coach Gary Pinkel has hinted at simplifying the playbook as a way to improve execution.
Missouri (4-2, 1-1) ranks last in the Southeastern Conference with 10.5 points per game and 213.5 total yards per game against league opponents.
Pinkel would rather his team forget about Georgia as it prepares for Florida (3-2, 2-2).
The Tigers have won seven consecutive away games.