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Missouri Vs. Baylor Score: Bears Trail Tigers 14-13 At Halftime

Robert Griffin III scored from one yard out as time expired in the first half but the extra point was blocked and Baylor trails Missouri 14-13 at halftime. 

Missouri jumped out to an early lead on a six yard run by Henry Josey. Baylor answered back in the second when Griffin III connected with Terrance Williams in the end zone to tie the score at 7-7. Josey's second touchdown run of the night gave the Tigers back the lead at 14-7. Baylor closed out the half with Griffin's quarterback sneak that would have tied the game had the extra point not been blocked. 

Robert Griffin III has passed for 167 yards and ran for 56 more and two total  touchdowns. Terrance Williams has six catches for 72 yards and a score in the first half. 

If Baylor has a chance in this game they are going to have to slow down Henry Josey who has 111 yards rushing on just 10 carries to go along with two touchdowns. 

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