David Ubben Blaine Gabbert has thrown two interceptions today, and both have cost Missouri points. The first prevented Missouri from putting points on the board with the ball inside Kansas' 5-yard line. The second gave Kansas the ball in Missouri territory, where the Jayhawks rode James Sims and Jordan Webb for a touchdown to bring the Jayhawks within 21-7 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo. midway through the third quarter. Missouri has lacked the same energy in the second half it had in the first, and you can't help but remember what happened yesterday to Alabama when you see the mistakes Missouri made in this one. Alabama turned the ball over deep in Auburn territory when Mark Ingram had the ball punched out the back of the end zone for a touchback and dropped an easy touchdown pass that made what could have been a 35-0 lead a 24-0 lead. They came to regret it. If Missouri doesn't get back to what it found success doing in the first half, it could see a similar fate. What could be a 24 or 28-0 lead is now a 21-7 lead. After all, these are the same Jayhawks that erased a 28-point lead in 11 minutes against Colorado less than a month ago. Originally posted by ESPN.com - Big 12 Blog Click here to view the article.