Drew Lock calls out Tennessee sideline for arguing targeting call that left Richaud Floyd injured
The Missouri Tigers went into Neyland Stadium on Saturday and picked up a huge 50-17 victory over the Tennessee Volunteers.
However, there was a scary moment in the second half, as Mizzou PR Richaud Floyd was hit in the helmet on a targeting call and appeared to be knocked out on the field.
You can see the play below, where Floyd takes a direct shot to the head as he’s being wrapped up by a Tennessee tackler:
— ThatsTargeting (@ThatsTargeting) November 17, 2018
Mizzou players weren’t very happy with that play, and QB Drew Lock said he didn’t like that there were some people on the Tennessee sideline arguing the call with officials as Floyd lay motionless on the field:
Lock also had some strong words about the Richaud Floyd hit and what occurred in moments afterward on the Tennessee sideline: pic.twitter.com/7nWhYH9EA3
— Eli Lederman (@ByEliLederman) November 18, 2018
Missouri quarterback Drew Lock took offense with "a certain individual" on the Tennessee sideline arguing with officials over a targeting call that concussed return man Richaud Floyd.@KOMUsports pic.twitter.com/G1PpxcfHD6
— Edward Cameron Redler (@CameronRedler) November 18, 2018
Floyd spent the night in a Knoxville hospital after the hit, but is expected to return to Columbia on Sunday, per a Mizzou spokesperson.