The Missouri Tigers need a strong finish to the season to claim an SEC East title and head off to the Georgia Dome for the conference title game and a date with the winner from the West.
Today was an easy part in that process as the Tigers traveled to Lexington to take on the Kentucky Wildcats in a game that is very winnable.
So far, Mizzou is proving just that as they lead Kentucky early on in the fourth quarter, 41-17.
A good reason for the Missouri dominance today has been the tremendous play of former five-star wide receiver, Dorial Green-Beckham. So far, Green-Beckham has seven catches for 100 yards and four touchdowns.
But, of those four scores, none were more impressive than this jump ball he hauled in from QB Maty Mauk in the second half in which he got over the defender and pulled the ball in for the six points:
This is exactly what the Tigers has been looking for from their former prized recruit. More plays and outputs this season like this, then the Tigers will have a shot to make an appearance in Atlanta.
[h/t] SB Nation