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Game Balls: Georgia

 
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After each game this year, PowerMizzou.com will recognize the standout performers by handing out our game balls. Here is our list from the 41-20 loss to Georgia
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Donovan Bonner: Bonner had an interception in the first half and then filled in much of the second half for the injured Zaviar Gooden. He finished with four tackles, a pick and a forced fumble.
Brad McNulty: When Elvis Fisher got hurt, McNulty came in at center and Mitch Morse moved to tackle. It may have made the Tigers better at two positions because the snaps were far less of an issue after McNulty came in.
Will Ebner: Ebner led the Tigers with nine tackles including one for a five-yard loss on a very well-diagnosed screen play.
Brad Madison: Madison had two sacks, both of which came at critical times for the Tigers. He is making a sure bid to regain his starting spot with three sacks through two games.
Marcus Lucas: Lucas led the way with six catches for 88 yards including a 41-yard touchdown. He nearly had a second on a 41-yard pass on the final play of the second quarter which could have completely changed the tone at halftime.
Gahn McGaffie: After being shutout while nine other players caught passes in week one, McGaffie came up big with a career-high five catches for 34 yards including a couple of first downs.
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