Run game becoming more prominent for Missouri offense

Missouri running back Henry Josey leaps in the air as he tries to get past Jansen Watson of Iowa State during Saturday afternoon’s game at Faurot Field.

Missouri running back Henry Josey leaps in the air as he tries to get past Jansen Watson of Iowa State during Saturday afternoon’s game at Faurot Field. Photo by The Associated Press.

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Since the start of the 2005 season, Missouri has been one of the top offenses in college football.

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With most of the damage coming through the air, the Tigers have ranked in the top 35 in total offense every season since.

While the Tigers are continuing to put up big offensive numbers this year, there’s been a slight change of course.

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