COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - T.J. Moe juked and scored on a 68-yard pass
from Blaine Gabbert with 51 seconds left as Missouri beat
upset-minded San Diego State 27-24 on Saturday night.
Moe turned a short sideline pass into a touchdown with a stutter
step that caused two Aztecs defenders to collide near midfield.
Missouri (3-0) had fallen behind by four points after a 32-yard
field goal with just over two minutes remaining for San Diego State
The dramatic win offset a career day by San Diego State freshman
Ronnie Hillman, who ran for 235 yards and touchdowns covering 75
and 93 yards.
Gabbert ran for a first-half touchdown and was 28 of 51 for 351
yards with two interceptions, both in the final five minutes. Tight
end Michael Egnew caught 13 passes for 145 yards, with Moe
collecting seven for 119 yards.