Mizzou’s all-purpose player Jeremy Maclin set some Missouri records in the Tigers 49-32 win over K-State on Saturday. In the first quarter, Maclin returned a kickoff 99 yards giving Missouri their first kickoff return for a touchdown since 1982.  It was the longest stretch of kickoffs (976) in college history.  Maclin’s 360 all purpose yards also set a Mizzou single game record and he has amassed the most yards by a freshmen in NCAA history with 2,309 (that’s with 11 games played)

Maclin was named the Walter Camp Foundation Offensive Player Of The Week.