COLUMBIA, Mo. - Missouri Tigers quarterback Blaine Gabbert found his game again at Faurot Field.
Gabbert threw for two touchdowns and rushed for another leading Mizzou (8-1, 4-2) to a 38-22 victory on Senior Day over the Kansas State Wildcats ( ). The win snaps a two-game losing streak for the Tigers.
"I'm really proud of our team," said Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel. "We lost a couple of ball games and a great test of any football team is how you battle through adversity."
Gabbert especially was feeling the heat following the worst performance of his career in a loss to Texas Tech. The junior signal-caller threw for 208 yards and rushed for another /// yards. /// receivers caught passes. T.J. Moe led the air attack with ../// and two touchdowns.