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Missouri QB Maty Mauk collides with Steve Spurrier on the sidelines.

Missouri starting quarterback Maty Mauk had a run-in on the sidelines with South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier during the Tigers' 21-20 upset win over the Gamecocks. Literally.The run-in was reminiscent of last week's near collision between SMU wide receiver Der'rikk Thompson and Texas A&M mascot Miss Reveille, averted by one of her Texas A&M Corps of Cadets...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Missouri QB Maty Mauk Nearly Takes Out Steve Spurrier After Getting Shoved Out of Bounds

Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk has proven during his time on the field for the Tigers that he is a gamer. There is no end to the amount of fight he has, and he will do whatever it takes to win. If that means he has to take a hit while trying to get a first down he does it. If that means he has to stay late to study film--well, I have no idea if he does that.But what if it comes to...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Vine: Missouri QB Maty Mauk Throws An Awesome TD Pass Across His Body

This is just insane. Missouri had the ball on the UCF 11 yard line, it was first and ten, and the team had right-handed quarterback Maty Mauk roll out to his left. As Mauk was approaching the line of scrimmage on his rollout, he saw wide receiver Jimmie Hunt in the back of the end zone. Mauk somehow got his shoulders squared to Hunt, threw across his body, dropped his arm so his...
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September 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Mauk showing he can lead No. 20 Missouri's offense

TOLEDO, Ohio -- Maty Mauk is off to a fine start as Missouri's full-time quarterback. Mauk calmly guided the Tigers past upset-minded Toledo on Saturday, throwing for a career-high 325 yards and five touchdowns in a 49-24 victory. After that road win over a solid Mid-American Conference program, Missouri moved up to No. 20 in the AP poll Sunday. ''Maty really played well...
Via AP on Fox
September 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Maty Football? Missouri's Mauk has confidence in stepping into starting role

HOOVER, Ala. -- The Mauks would often drive through the night from their home in northwest Ohio, after Mike had finished coaching Kenton High School's football team, to get to Columbia, Mo., or another campus in SEC land. Those journeys will get much shorter this fall. Mauk, who will soon be enshrined in the Ohio Football Coaches Hall of Fame, took over at Glendale High School...
Via Fox Sports South
July 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Mauk becoming more comfortable as Missouri QB

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Walking to practice one day this spring, Maty Mauk let his mind wander. The Missouri quarterback thought about the "little things" that have changed in the first few practices of his second season playing with the Tigers, such as throwing a pass before a receiver cuts across the field, rather than after. "The speed of the game went way down for me...
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April 08, 2014  |  Discuss

A more confident Mauk filling in admirably at QB

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- L'Damian Washington didn't want to leave on Saturday night until he made sure his quarterback knew how he felt about him. So as he was about to walk out of the interview room beneath the south stands at Memorial Stadium, he stopped and delivered one final message for Maty Mauk. "Maty, I love you man," the Missouri wide receiver said. Mauk, with...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
November 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Preview: Mizzou's Mauk makes first collegiate start against No. 22 Florida

Missouri is coming off its most significant win since joining the SEC but won't have quarterback James Franklin when it seeks to knock off another ranked opponent. Maty Mauk instead will likely make his first collegiate start for the 14th-ranked Tigers, who will try to match their best start in the past 53 seasons in Saturday's visit from No. 22 Florida. Missouri earned...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
October 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Missouri Freshman QB Maty Mauk Arrested After Scooter Mishap

Missouri's freshman quarterback Maty Mauk has been arrested on suspicion of four charges including leaving the scene of an accident after a scooter mishap, according to the Huffington Post.Mauk is the second Missouri football star to be arrested. In May, freshman Corbin Berkstresser, the backup, was arrested and charged with a misdemeanor for hitting a parked car with his truck...
Via The Juicy Online
September 01, 2012  |  Discuss

Missouri freshman QB Mauk arrested

Missouri freshman quarterback Maty Mauk has been arrested on suspicion of four charges including leaving the scene of an accident after a scooter mishap. Mauk is third on the depth chart after a record-setting high school career in Kenton, Ohio, and is the second Missouri quarterback to have a scrape with the law in recent months. Redshirt freshman Corbin Berkstresser, the backup...
Via AP on Fox
August 30, 2012  |  Discuss
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