Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk was reinstated into the program Sunday after fulfilling a four-game suspension for violating team rules, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s Dave Matter.
Mauk, along with offensive tackle Malik Cuellar, was suspended indefinitely on Sept. 29. He rejoined team activities during the team’s open date.
There has been no indication whether Mauk will start the Tigers’ next game on Nov. 5 against Mississippi State.
With Mauk suspended, Missouri turned to freshman Drew Lock under center. In four starts, Lock went 1-3 with a win over South Carolina followed by back-to-back-to-back losses to Florida, UGA and Vanderbilt.
Over the last three games, Mizzou has managed just 12 points.
Mauk is 17-5 in his career as the Missouri starter. In four starts this season, he completed almost 52 percent of his passes for 654 yards, six touchdowns and four interceptions.
Mauk last played in the Tigers’ 21-13 loss to Kentucky on Sept. 26.