The 1997 "Flea Kicker" game in Columbia has been much discussed over the years, and its large shadow has mostly obscured another fine college football game in Lincoln the following year. How close was John Dausman to scoring on the penultimate play? Did the Football Gods hand Mizzou a reprieve? Corby Jones, Justin Smith, and Monte Christo; what more could you ask for? Well, other than a win. Soon, Mizzou fans. Soon...

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On “Judgment Day” 1997, Missouri and Nebraska played one of the great games in college football history. Some call the game’s famous ending the “Flea Kicker”, but I prefer Larry Smith’s “One stinkin’ play.” Relive all the magic (and the pain) with myself and Blake Stark.

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