COLUMBIA, Mo. — Missouri jumped out to a 31-0 lead in the first half and did not look back Saturday against West Virginia, on its way to a 38-7 win.

TOUCHDOWN, 5:13 4th quarter, 38-7 Missouri: Austin Kendall hits a wide open George Campbell for a 46-yard touchdown over the middle, finally putting West Virginia on the board.

TOUCHDOWN, 12:07 4th quarter, 38-0 Missouri: Jack Allison, checking in at quarterback for West Virginia replacing Austin Kendall, throws a pick-6 to Mizzou linebacker Nick Bolton.

TOUCHDOWN, 0:23 2nd quarter, 31-0 Missouri: Kelly Bryant tops out an outstanding first half by finding Barrett Banister on a 3-yard touchdown pass.

TOUCHDOWN, 5:36 2nd quarter, 24-0 Missouri: Albert Okwuegbunam catches his second touchdown of the game from Kelly Bryant on a 16-yard pass across the middle.

TOUCHDOWN, 13:02 2nd quarter, 17-0 Missouri: After Austin Kendall’s second interception, Larry Rountree scores on a 10-yard run for Missouri.

TOUCHDOWN, 4:47 1st quarter, 10-0 Missouri: The Tigers take advantage of an Austin Kendall interception and go 72 yards in three plays to score on a Kelly Bryant 26-yard pass to Albert Okwuegbunam.

FIELD  GOAL, 8:34 1st quarter, 3-0 Missouri: Following punts by both teams on their opening possessions, Missouri strikes first with a 44-yard field goal by Tucker McCann.

West Virginia heads on the road to take on SEC foe Missouri at noon Saturday. The Mountaineers look to improve to 2-0, while the Tigers look to avenge an opening loss at Wyoming.

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