Missouri is off to a perfect 3-0 start after a solid win over Indiana on Saturday night in Bloomington. Missouri wasn't perfect -- the Tigers committed three turnovers -- but they did manage to blow it open in the second half, and ended up winning 45-28.
The play of the game came in the second quarter, with Mizzou leading 21-14. The Hoosiers were working to tie the game, but Tigers defensive end Kony Ealy had other ideas. He intercepted Indiana quarterback Nate Sudfeld's pass at the line and returned it for a touchdown to extend the Tigers lead to 14 points at halftime:
Ealy entered the season as one of the Tigers most important defensive players. All in all, he's had a quiet season, but hopefully his performance against IU is a sign of great things to come.