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  Missouri running back Larry Rountree III struggled getting past the line of scrimmage through most of the first half, but his longest run made history. An 11-yard dash off the left side gave Rountree 19 yards for the night, just what he needed to pass former Tiger running back Zack Abron for second place on the school's career rushing list. Rountree began the season sixth on the list and made his surge with consecutive 100-yard games against Louisiana State and Kentucky. By halftime, his career total stood at 3,216 yards, second only to former Mizzou quarterback Brad Smith in team history. Smith, the Tigers' QB from 2002-05, has a safe lead for the all-time record with 4,289 career yards. Without two regular starters along the offensive line, the Tigers rarely controlled the line of scrimmage and only averaged only 2.9 yards per carry. Rountree finished with 58 yards on 21 attempts. - Post-Dispatch

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