Here are the scoring plays that led to USC’s incredible comeback and overtime win against #5 Mizzou Saturday night. They were shot from the sideline with an iPhone, but you get a feel for what happened. ed. note: I have no idea why the camera shot went sideways. I will do better next time. Anyway, like I said, at least you get the idea of what happened. To the plays:
USC tied tied the game in the fourth quarter on a two yard touchdown pass from Connor Shaw to Nick Jones.
Mizzou had the ball first in overtime and scored a touchdown. On its possesion USC faced a 4th and goal from the 15 when Connor Shaw found Bruce Ellington for a touchdown
USC settled for a field goal on its second possesion of overtime. Elliot Frye conected:
Mizzou was looking to send it to an third overtime with a 24 yard field goal, but it wasn’t to be. Unlike me, MissouriNet.com sports director Bill Pollack took decent video and actually called the miss ahead of time.