Missouri Kicker’s Disrespectful Salute Gesture To Army Backfires After Late Comeback

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Missouri's kicker was trolled over his disrespectful "salute" gesture to Army after the team would go on to lose thanks to a second-half collapse

Missouri and Army were locked in a tight battle during the Armed Forces Bowl on Wednesday night. And it looked like Missou was going to come away victorious early.

During the first half when Missouri was building a lead, their kicker decided to troll army with a “salute” gesture after making a kick.

Unsurprisingly, that didn’t end well for Missouri.

After starting the second half with an onside kick, Army worked their triple option to perfection. And thanks to a final minute drive down the field, they gave their kicker a chance to win the game at the buzzer.

Sure enough, the kick went through. And Army got their revenge on the Missouri kicker’s disrespectful gesture.

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After the game, Missouri finished their disappointing season at 6-7. And will now look towards somehow finding a way to build some momentum in the SEC.

And for Army, the Armed forces Bowl W capped a two-year resurgence for the program – who now demand respect week-in and week-out.

Hopefully Missouri (and any other team for that matter) learned their lesson that you don’t f-k with the troops.

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