Mike Kelly with the call on the Tiger Network by Learfield and 99.9, The Captain, of Mizzou’s 30-27 win over 15th ranked Kansas State Saturday afternoon at Faurot Field.
A delay of game penalty on Mizzou in the closing seconds made that kick a little tougher.
That was the longest field goal in SEC history, and a yard shy of the school record 62 by Tom Whelihan against Colorado in 1986. Coach Eliah Drinkwitz…
Luther Burden finished with seven catches for 114 yards and two touchdowns.
Despite a second quarter knee sprain, Brady Cook threw for a career-high 356 yards on 23 of 35 passing. Cook said this win showed how much the team had grown since last year’s 40-12 loss to the Wildcats.
Drinkwitz had a few words for fans who booed Cook before the game.
He said a win like this will rally the team.
Mizzou, now 3-0, plays Memphis next Saturday night in St. Louis. We’ll have the pregame at 4:30, kickoff at 6:30 on 99.9, The Captain. Kansas State falls to 2-1.