Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk threw an interception against Toledo. However, a surprise twist occured when it looked like the Rockets would be in prime position to score a touchdown.
No. 24 Missouri is playing on the road against Toledo, and an unbelievable play occurred in the second quarter when quarterback Maty Mauk threw an interception.
When it appeared the Rockets would have excellent field position after the ball was returned 23 yards and close to the red zone, the ball was fumbled and the Tigers regained possession.
The Tigers held a 14-7 lead at the time, so they caught a huge break with their fumble recovery.
Here is a video of this surprising turn of events from the official College GameDay Twitter account.
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