When this is the scene after the game, you know things went well. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)

For the second straight week I can't legitimately name three Mizzou players who had "down," weeks and keep a straight face.  When you beat the number one team in the nation pretty soundly there is nothing to complain about.  So for the second straight week we present you, "Three Up, Three Up."

uparrowgGahn McGaffie - So. - WR

The casual Mizzou fan might not have heard of Gahn (pronounced John) McGaffie prior to Saturday.  They have now.  His opening kickoff return for a touchdown will go down as one of the best plays in Missouri history.  I've never been apart of a crowd as raucous as the Faurot Field was after that return.  McGaffie's TD set the tone for the rest of the game.

uparrowgOffensive Line

To say Missouri's O-line struggled against OU in the past would be an understatement.  Last week I watched a replay of the '08 Big 12 Championship game and it was brutal.  Chase was constantly under intense pressure from the Sooner front four.  That wasn't the case for Blaine on Saturday.  He was given all day to throw and took advantage of it.  He wasn't sacked once.  Meanwhile the guys up front paved the way for the most impressive Missouri rushing performance of the season.

uparrowgBlaine Gabbert - Jr. - QB

Easily the best performance of his career on the biggest stage of his career.  Missouri needed Blaine to be good against OU to pull out the win.  Instead, he was phenomenal.  Gabbert distributed the ball to ten different receivers, didn't turn the ball over and was at his best in the fourth quarter.  While Landry Jones completed more passes to Mizzou defenders (one), than his own teammates in the final frame, Gabbert went 8-9 for a touchdown.

uparrowgZaviar Gooden - So. - LB

The entire defense played well, but it was Gooden's diving interception in the fourth quarter that really put the game away.

uparrowgAldon Smith - So. - DE

It didn't take long for Aldon to make his presence felt on Saturday.  His first quarter interception stymied a Sooner drive deep in Mizzou territory.  His 58 yard return of that interception gave Mizzou solid field position that led to Missouri regaining the lead 14-7.

uparrowgJerrell Jackson - Jr. - WR

We're now seeing what a healthy Jerrell Jackson can do.  While TJ Moe and Michael Egnew were shut down against OU (only 44 yards between the two), Jackson emerged as Blaine's target of the night.  His nine catches were good for a career best.  His 139 receiving yards were good for a season best.  Jackson's spinning touchdown gave Mizzou a lead they never relinquished.

- On a side note, how encouraging is it that no one on this list (with exception to some of the O-line) is a senior?  Sure, Blaine and/or Aldon could turn pro after this year, but this team has a lot of young talent.