Mizzou's offense sets records, leads the Tigers over Missouri State

Lock breaks records as Mizzou beats Missouri State 72-43

Mizzou's offense sets records, leads the Tigers over Missouri State

The previous yardage record was 480, set by Jeff Handy against Oklahoma State in 1992.

"It's really cool to break these records. I think about all the guys that played quarterback at my positions that I grew up watching, idolizing", said the Lee's Summit, Missouri product. I think that's pretty insane.

"While I am saddened that I will miss six games of my senior year, I know in my heart that I have told the truth, cooperated with the University and NCAA and taken full responsibility for my actions".

Missouri and Missouri State are playing a barnburner of a season opener on Saturday, complete with a combined 83 first-half points.

Missouri led 48-35 at halftime and gave up just one second half touchdown. He spun out of a trio of tackles for a brilliant 33-yard game in the third quarter before heading back to the locker room. He finished with 202 yards on the ground and two touchdowns.

Missouri's offense went for a school-record 815 total yards and the defense stiffened after struggling in the first half. Wide receivers J'Mon Moore (four receptions for 187 yards) and Johnathon Johnson (five for 116) each caught two TD passes for the Tigers. Because the play wasn't dead, Crockett's touchdown came off the board.

One can only wonder what the second-year coach said to his unit during the intermission, but it's safe to say it probably wasn't very nice. "He's practiced really at that level most of fall camp. I was excited to see it carry over".

The contest opened with a flurry of offense, as MSU answered a 65-yard Mizzou scoring pass from Lock to Johnson on the game's first play from scrimmage with a 12-play scoring march of their own, taking a 7-6 lead on a Huslig to Jordan Frazier [missouristatebears.com] TD toss from six yards out. Lock connected with Moore on a 35-yard completion to spark another quick scoring drive for the Tigers, who would use only two plays to reach the endzone this time.

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Crockett seemingly scored on a 75-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, but he unnecessarily dived from the 2-yard line into the end zone and drew a flag for unsportsmanlike conduct.

521 - Passing yards by Drew Lock. "That was a team I watched every single Saturday", Lock said of the record-breaking 2007 Tigers. "I look forward to our team having a great season and am sorry that I will not be with my brothers early on, but I will continue to work with them and be prepared when I return". I think more of the mental piece that Chase brought to me this year, talked to me a lot after our workout. I think I can take a lot of that into play.

Mizzou improved to 17-0 against FCS schools, despite allowing 492 yards and six touchdowns.

In football action, the Missouri State Bears came up on the short end of a 72-43 opening day loss against Mizzou at Faurot Field in Columbia.

Boos again came down on the offense after a third-and-24 from the 11-yard line turned into an 89-yard Bears touchdown.

"I thought we tackled poorly, and that started with me", Odom said. "On third downs, some of the man stuff we had called, we had young guys making errors". That's on us as coaches to get that fixed. Unless we're talking about the referees working the Missouri-Missouri State game, that is.

Missouri will host SC for its SEC opener next Saturday at 6 p.m.

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