COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) In a team meeting Monday, Missouri coach Barry Odom set ablaze scouting reports, game plans and other remnants of a disappointing first half of the season. Five days later, the Tigers started the second half of the season by torching Idaho's secondary.
Missouri ended a five-game losing streak with a 68-21 victory on Faurot Field.
"I think the display in the team meeting room Monday was perfect," quarterback Drew Lock said. "I think we're all buying into the whole second season. Starting off 1-0 is what we needed. I think we can keep building on that. We've got a lot of winnable games coming up, and we just need to believe in it."