COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) When Missouri started the 2017-18 schedule 1-3, all the losses at home, the Tigers seemed on their way to another disappointing season.
Instead, Missouri's offense flipped a switch, becoming one of the most high-powered attacks in college football. Drew Lock broke the Southeastern Conference single-season record with 44 touchdown passes and Missouri scored more than 40 points in each of its last six regular-season games.
As the spring season winds down, Missouri's offense is looking to channel its performances from the second half of 2017 rather than the first.