Central Missouri State came ready to play Thursday. The Mules scored nine touchdowns, and tied an MIAA record with three safeties, in a 75-6 blowout win over Langston. The Mules piled up 502 yards of total offense, with 267 rushing yards and 257 passing yards. CMSU jumped out to leads of 42-0 at halftime, and 65-0 after three quarters. The Mules also tied the conference record for safeties in a season, with five. CMSU scored five touchdowns on the ground, and four touchdowns through the air.