Markus Golden had trouble describing what went through his mind during one of the greatest moments of his college career.
But he still remembers how he forced Toledo quarterback Terrance Owens to lose control of the ball before snatching it in midair and sprinting 70 yards for a touchdown.
"I can't sit here and tell you exactly how I felt," the Missouri defensive end said, smiling. "But I know when I got to the end zone and set that ball down and looked at the crowd, it felt good."
His teammates felt good, too.
Golden's score increased the Tigers' lead to 24-9 over Toledo on Sept. 7 and gave Missouri its first defensive score against a Football Bowl Subdivision team since 2008.