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Maclin 'Something Else' Again, MU Rolls WMU

For many college football teams, five minutes and five seconds is the requisite time to move the ball down field and score. Once. For the jet-fueled Missouri offense, however, it's enough to churn through three football fields, score 31 points and clinch the school's second 3-0 start in 25 years.

Mizzou's attack maintained its earth-scorching pace Saturday against Western Michigan, sprinting through five first-half scoring drives that spanned almost as many yards (291) as seconds off of the clock (305). The quick strikes built the Tigers a big lead, and despite some increasingly familiar second-half hiccups by the MU defense, this one was...