Bazelak punched A&M’s Jaylon Jones between the numbers in game three of the game, giving the Aggies some real momentum in a 35-14 loss that further exposed the Tigers’ defensive issues and passing play flaws.
With 254 yards and three touchdowns, Tyler Badie was the workaholic hero at Vanderbilt on October 30. But before leaving the game with a leg injury that lingered throughout the season, Bazelak brought the Tigers to life just before halftime, pitching a game from 45 yards. forward touchdown pass to Keke Chism at the end of the time limit.
No surprises in Athens
Down 26-3 and looking for an advantage against No.1 Georgia, the Tigers attempted a back kick to open the second half in Athens on November 6, but botched the attack. sneaky with an illegal block and gave up their last chance to gain momentum. the Bulldogs juggernaut in a 43-6 loss.
As South Carolina made a fourth quarter return on Nov. 13, the Tigers switched quarterbacks but looked to Badie to hold onto their 31-28 lead. During the game’s final 4.30am, MU kept the ball on the ground exclusively with Badie providing five tough carries to close the win, as part of a day of 209 yards on 31 carries.