Aug. 31 vs. Murray State: Win 58-14
The Tigers rolled up 694 yards of total offense in the easy season-opening win.
Sept. 7 vs. Toledo: Win 38-23
After Toledo cut the Tigers' lead to 24-23 on a 41-yard touchdown grab by Alonzo Russell late in the third quarter, Mizzou answered with two consecutive touchdown drives to win by double-digits.
Sept. 21 at Indiana: Win 45-28
Defensive end Kony Ealy's 49-yard pick-six was the highlight play in an easy Tiger road victory.
Sept. 28 vs. Arkansas State: Win 41-19
After a slow start that saw Mizzou trail 16-14 early in the third quarter, the Tigers outscored Arkansas State 27-3 the rest of the way — including touchdown drives of 94 and 87 yards — to pull away.
Oct. 5 at Vanderbilt: Win 51-28
James Franklin threw for 278 yards and four touchdowns as the Tigers cruised to an easy win in their SEC opener.
Oct. 12 at Georgia: Win 41-26
The Tigers jumped out to an 18-point first-half lead and held off a late Georgia rally to record what at the time was Mizzou's statement victory.
Oct. 19 vs. Florida: Win 36-17
Mizzou outgained the Gators 500-151 in total offense and sacked quarterback Tyler Murphy six times. Freshman Maty Mauk threw for 295 yards, one touchdown and one interception in place of an injured Franklin.
Oct. 26 vs. South Carolina: Loss 27-24 (double overtime)
Laces out! Mizzou's Andrew Baggett clanked a 24-yard field-goal attempt off the left upright in double overtime, giving South Carolina a stunning victory where it rallied from 17 points down in the second half.
Nov. 2 at Tennessee: Win 31-3
The Tigers racked up 339 rushing yards — including 114 from Mauk — to pick up the convincing road win.
Nov. 9 at Kentucky: Win 48-17
Dorial Green-Beckham set a school record with four touchdown catches and finished with 100 receiving yards.
Nov. 23 at Mississippi: Win 24-10
Franklin threw for 142 yards in his return from injury, and running back Henry Josey tallied 95 yards and two touchdowns on the ground.
Nov. 30 vs. Texas A&M: Win 28-21
Josey's 57-yard touchdown scamper became the decisive score, giving the Tigers the SEC East title.
Dec. 7 vs. Auburn in SEC Championship game: Loss 59-42
Auburn compiled 545 rushing yards — including 304 and four touchdowns from Heisman finalist Tre Mason — to pull away in a shootout.