COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) Delaware State and Missouri are both looking for a little closure on Saturday.
The Tigers (1-2, 0-1 Southeastern Conference) are coming off a 28-27 loss to Georgia last week on a 4th-down touchdown pass with 1:31 remaining. Missouri led the Bulldogs throughout much of the second half despite committing four turnovers.
"When you pour your soul into something, and it doesn't work out the way you want to, it's frustrating," Missouri coach Barry Odom said. "I know we're going to respond ... We're anxious to get back into the arena of competing. There's a lot of positives to build on from Saturday night. This will make us a better program. This will make us have a little more toughness. Trying times do that."