November 18, 2010
It was a single play that stuck out for the offense in Missouri's 38-28 victory over Kansas State on Saturday. It wasn't Jerrell Jackson's end-around, giving the Tigers a 21-14 lead that they would never relinquish. It wasn't either of the two Blaine Gabbert-to-T.J. Moe touchdown connections.
Heck, it wasn't even a score. While Gabbert did find the endzone on the play, his 32-yard weaving touchdown scramble was overshadowed by a devastating, vicious and legal block by wide receiver Wes Kemp that allowed his quarterback to waltz the remaining ten yards into the scoring column.
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