Missouri suffered a gut-wrenching loss at Auburn in Week 4.

This one went into overtime, with Anders Carlson putting Auburn up 17-14 by way of a 44-yard field goal after an initial attempt that missed the mark was erased on an offside call. Mizzou looked to have won the game on its ensuing possession, but Nathaniel Peat fumbled the football inches short of the goal line.

However, Mizzou’s kicker, Harrison Mevis, had a chance to win the game at the end of regulation. But a relative chip shot from 26 yards out was no good, setting up the events of OT.

“Just pushed it. Didn’t hit a clean ball. I looked up [and] just toed it,” Mevis said on Wednesday of the miss.

Mevis is known as one of the top kickers in the country, receiving a host of 1st-team All-America nods throughout his career. But the 2-time Lou Groza Award semifinalist, even with a stiff challenge against No. 1 Georgia looming on Saturday, has maintained his level of confidence even after the miss.

“I’m as confident as ever,” he said.