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Maty Mauk | Quarterback

Team: Missouri Tigers
Ht / Wt:  6'1' / 200

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Missouri redshirt junior QB Maty Mauk was named to the All-SEC Coaches Second Team.
The SEC is rife with quarterback turnover this season, but Mizzou does not have that problem as they look to finally--finally--try to vanquish past demons and win an SEC title. Mauk completed 53.4% of his passes last season, good for 2,648 yards and a 25/13 TD/INT ratio. Much of that production came in the first half of the season. The 6-foot-1, 200-pound redshirt junior offers them a level of stability, if nothing else, but it's difficult to see Missouri making a legitimate playoff run given Mauk's inconsistency and the tremendous turnover on defense. Aug 25 - 3:35 PM

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Missouri redshirt junior QB Maty Mauk scrambled on 44 designed dropbacks in 2014, the most of any SEC QB.

Mauk has plenty of starting experience, but we believe he is one of the worst No. 1 quarterbacks in the conference. He has very little NFL value, as he lacks success inside of structure and panics too often when forced outside of it. Missouri's offensive line has produced talent the last two years, but the defensive front is now the focus of NFL scouts.
Jul 16 - 1:06 PM

Missouri could win the SEC East if redshirt junior QB Maty Mauk stays healthy, ESPN's Edward Aschoff writes.

"This was not the Mauk we saw a year before, but what we didn't know was that he dealt with a painful shoulder injury during the second half of the season. It impacted his throwing velocity, and caused him to be more frantic with his passes, as he was on the run more trying to avoid contact," Aschoff wrote. The Missouri prospect started out hot last year, throwing for 1,110 yards and 14 touchdowns with four interceptions in the first 4 weeks of the season. However, Mauk closed out the 2014 season with 11 more touchdowns to nine interceptions, and only completed 52 percent of his passes.
Source: ESPN.com
Jul 2 - 4:11 PM

Missouri redshirt sophomore QB Maty Mauk completed 16-of-34 passes for 272 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 42-13 loss to Alabama.

Mauk might have put up 272 through the air, but he was also wildly erratic and had trouble keeping drives going. Mauk looked sharpest when everything was imploding around him and he had to improvise. On several occasions, he scampered out of potential sacks and launched the ball down the field for completions. Sadly for Mauk, making crazy throws on broken plays is not a sustainable strategy for future success.
Sat, Dec 6, 2014 08:36:00 PM

Missouri redshirt sophomore QB Maty Mauk completed 18-of-32 passes for 164 yards and two touchdowns on Saturday.

Mauk's two touchdown passes both came in the second quarter, as he three a three-yarder to Bud Sasser and a 26-yarder to Sasser again about ten minutes later. When not throwing to top-target Sasser, Mauk had just 97 yards. Outside of big games against Toledo and Indiana, Mauk has been held under 200 yards in every start this season. There was a lot of intrigue around Mauk, to the point where some analysts were calling him one of the most interesting quarterback prospects in the country, but he has not fulfilled those expectations this season. At this point, he's not an NFL prospect.
Sat, Nov 1, 2014 08:46:00 PM

Missouri redshirt sophomore QB Maty Mauk completed 9 of 21 attempts for 97 yards and four interceptions in the school's 34-0 loss to Georgia.

Mauk was miserable, throwing screen passes with poor placement and making some horrendous decisions. Many were excited about Mauk last season, but he is not an NFL prospect.
Sat, Oct 11, 2014 03:15:00 PM

Missouri redshirt sophomore QB Maty Mauk completed 28-of-47 attempts for 326 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception in Saturday's loss to Indiana.

He added 32 yards on the ground. Mauk threw for 647 yards and a 12/3 TD/INT ratio during Mizzou's 3-0 start, and he played just as well today. The Tigers, however, couldn't get stops when they needed to, specifically at the end of the game, when D'Angelo Roberts burst into the end zone for a three-yard touchdown run with 22 seconds remaining. Sports Illustrated's The Inside Read wrote this week that Mauk "appears to be on his way to stardom" and "could make the argument as the league’s top quarterback."
Sat, Sep 20, 2014 10:40:00 PM

Missouri redshirt sophomore QB Maty Mauk "appears to be on his way to stardom" and "could make the argument as the league’s top quarterback," according to Sports Illustrated's The Inside Read.

"This is only my seventh start," Mauk said after Saturday's 38-10 demolition of Central Florida. "I don’t think people really see that because I played so much last year. We’re going to get better." He’s thrown for 647 yards and 12 touchdowns against three interceptions during Mizzou's 3-0 start. Mauk has "been compared to another former SEC quarterback, Johnny Manziel, because of their dual-threat ability and Mauk’s arrest after wrecking a scooter with two coeds his first week at Missouri in 2012," according to SI. NFL Media Analyst Bucky Brooks wrote last week that Mauk "has crept into the spotlight as one of the most intriguing prospects at the position."
Tue, Sep 16, 2014 05:19:00 PM

Missouri redshirt sophomore QB Maty Mauk "has crept into the spotlight as one of the most intriguing prospects at the position," according to NFL Media Analyst Bucky Brooks.

"After teasing the college football world with his talents a season ago while filling in for an injured James Franklin, Mauk has crept into the spotlight as one of the most intriguing prospects at the position," Brooks wrote. The Missouri prospect now has five wins in his last six starts, and the Tigers have embraced his high-risk, high-reward style. Against Toledo last week, the young gunslinger had career-bests in passing yards (325), completions (21) and total touchdowns (six) in Missouri's 49-24 victory over Toledo.
Source: NFL.com
Fri, Sep 12, 2014 02:55:00 PM

Missouri redshirt freshman QB Maty Mauk will play a to-be-determined role against Ole Miss and Texas A&M, according to coach Gary Pinkel.

James Franklin's return from a shoulder injury has several positive repercussions for the Tigers. The first and most obvious is the service of the team's star quarterback. But Franklin's return also means that Mizzou will now have a backup quarterback with experience, and they can also use Mauk in a diverse way.
Mon, Nov 18, 2013 07:10:00 PM

Missouri redshirt freshman QB Maty Mauk is confident heading into Saturday's matchup against Florida.

Mauk will make his first career start as the No. 14 Tigers host the No. 22 Tigers. Mizzou starter James Franklin will miss 3-5 weeks with a separated shoulder, which means Mauk's big moment will come against one of the country's best defenses. "We're just gonna run our offense," Tigers coach Gary Pinkel said. "He's been doing it for a long time. When he went in the game, we didn't cross things. We run what we run. That's what we're gonna do." Pinkel was referring to last week's victory against Georgia, in which Mauk completed all three of his pass attempts for 23 yards in relief of Franklin.
Source: PowerMizzou
Thu, Oct 17, 2013 11:04:00 PM