Columbia, MO (SportsNetwork.com) – D’Angelo Roberts scored a leaping 3-yard
touchdown in the final minute and Indiana shocked No. 18 Missouri with a 31-27
win on Saturday.
The winning score with 22 seconds left was set up by Tevin Coleman’s 44-yard
gain on a screen pass, plus a facemasking penalty on Missouri.
It came after the Tigers had taken the lead on Andrew Baggett’s 40-yard field
goal at the other end.
Missouri got an extra untimed down at the end of the game after Indiana was
called for roughing quarterback Maty Mauk, but Marcus Murphy was tackled at
the end of a 16-yard gain at the Indiana 32.
The Hoosiers (2-1) bounced back from a 45-42 loss at Bowling Green last week
to avoid what would have been their worst start in three years.
The loss sends the reigning SEC East-champion Tigers (3-1) reeling into their
conference opener next week against South Carolina.