October 30, 2014
RENO, Nev. (AP) - Blaine Gabbert passed for 414 yards and three
touchdowns, including scoring tosses of 74 and 31 yards to Danario
Alexander, to help Missouri beat Nevada 31-21 on Friday night.
Alexander finished with nine catches for a career-high 170
yards, and Grant Resel made all four of his field-goal attempts to
run his streak to 10 for 10 this season for the Tigers (4-0), who
have won a school-record 14 consecutive nonconference games.
Luke Lippincott ran for 114 yards for the Wolf Pack (0-3), who
took a 13-7 lead on the first series of the second half on Colin
Kaepernick's 11-yard touchdown run and had a chance to regain the
lead early in the fourth quarter before Lippincott fumbled on