Brady Cook and Missouri are locked in a tight one with Kentucky at Faurot Field in Columbia on Saturday.

Neither team’s offense has been on much of a display through 3-quarters plus of action. In fact, both Brady Cook and Will Levis were both under 150 yards passing while each team was below 100 yards rushing.

With the Tigers trailing 14-9 with just over 8 minutes remaining in regulation, though, Cook took things into his own hands — and legs. He broke off a terrific 20-yard scoring run, complete with a nifty spin move — to put Mizzou up 17-14 after a successful 2-point try. It was Cook’s 2nd rushing touchdown of the game.

The Tigers have won 2 in a row and are looking to put themselves a game away from bowl eligibility with a win over the Wildcats, the same day head coach Eli Drinkwitz was announced to a contract extension through 2027. But they’d eventually see the Wildcats take the lead back on the ensuing possession.

Can Cook and Mizzou answer the call in front of their home fans before a stiff challenge against Tennessee on Nov. 12?