Mizzou savors shootout victory over No. 17 LSU, clinches first win with defensive stand

COLUMBIA, Mo. — A heavyweight shootout featuring more than 1,000 yards of offense and waged between the reigning national champions and a team desperate to finally taste victory came down a defensive stand over 3 feet of turf.Naturally.This time, Missouri stood taller.Back-to-back pass breakups by linebacker Nick Bolton and safety Joshuah Bledsoe clinched Mizzou’s 45-41 heart-stopping win over No. 17 Louisiana State in the final seconds Saturday at Memorial Stadium, a game that someday far more than the 10,013 in attendance will claim they witnessed with their own eyes.Eli Drinkwitz was there …

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