Mizzou focused on playing a full 60-minute game against SEMO

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COLUMBIA, Mo. — Southeast Missouri State coach Tom Matukewicz probably cringed just a little bit when he watched film of Missouri’s first-half destruction of rebuilding West Virginia last week.
Then he probably cringed a little more when he watched the second half.
The Tigers bounced back from a stunning road loss to Wyoming by building a 31-0 halftime lead on the Mountaineers, showcasing just why so many people initially pegged them a Top 25 team. Then they were awful out of the break, sleepwalking through so much in the second half of their 38-7 victory that they vowed this week they wouldn’t let up like that again this season.
“I don’t think we kept the same intensity, especially on the offensive side,” Missouri coach Barry Odom said. “And I know a number of guys are rolling in, but the standard of what we need to do when those guys get in the game, there shouldn’t be any drop-off.”
That’s bad news for the Redhawks, even if the Tigers build a quick lead early on Saturday in this matchup of 1-1 teams.
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