The Missouri Tigers have their first win in the Barry Odom era, a 61-21 victory over Eastern Michigan on a near record night for sophomore quarterback Drew Lock. Lock finished the night with the third most passing yards for a single game in Mizzou history, finishing with 450 yards.
Jeff Handy threw for 480 in ’92 and Blaine Gabbert 468 in ’09. Lock’s yards come in a game in which the Tigers won. Handy and Gabbert both loss.
His five touchdown passes to Johnathan Johnson, Kendall Blanton, Ray Wingo, Emanuel Hall and Jason Reese tied Chase Daniel’s record and it was the first TD reception for each of those players.
My Mizzou recap with special guest Drew Lock (7:00)