Missouri 34 - Texas A&M 27

1. 587 yards of offense for Missouri including 199 rushing yards for Russell Hansbrough.

2. Missouri outgains Texas A&M by 246 yards.  Defense gets huge stop on fourth-and-1 from 2-yard line.

3. Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin: “That was a play we had practiced a lot, and they made a play on it.”

4. Third quarter key turning point as Missouri scored 28 points to take two-touchdown lead.

5. Tigers take advantage of depleted Texas A&M defense.  Among those out were injured freshman defensive end Myles Garrett.