By JAKE KREINBERG
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - Missouri has gone airborne.
The Tigers averaged 217.9 yards passing last year, their worst output since 2004. That number has ballooned to 297 yards after three games this season, thanks in large part to more involvement from four experienced receivers.
Missouri (3-0) hosts Arkansas State (2-2) on Saturday night in its final game before Southeastern Conference play.
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