The Missouri Tigers set and broke numerous offensive records in their 69-17 win Saturday afternoon over Nevada, but head coach Gary Pinkel is not going to get too excited about those records or about Mizzou’s unstoppable defense.
Listen to head coach Gary Pinkel’s post-game comments.
For the record:
Mizzou’s 69 points ties a school record set back in 1969 against KU.
Derrick Washington’s 59 yard touchdown run on the first drive of the game is the longest since Brad Smith against Nebraska in 2005.
On the second drive, Chase Daniel set the all-time Mizzou passing record breaking Smith’s record of 8,799. Daniel now has 9,153.
This is the first time Missouri had three receivers with 100 yards receiving in a game.
Mizzou’s five passing touchdowns ties his own record set three times before.
The Tigers set a school record with 519 yards passing breaking a record set in 1992 of 480 yards against Oklahoma State