With a win over the Delaware State Hornets, Mizzou football improved its record to 2-2. Finishing the game with a shutout of 79-0, Missouri managed to set the modern era school scoring record, which was previously 69, and sophomore quarterback Drew Lock tied the school record for single-game touchdown passes with five. Missouri wide receiver J’Mon Moore caught four of Lock’s five touchdown passes, tying the school record for received touchdowns in a single game.
Coach Barry Odom talks with the team before the Tigers take the field for this week’s home game facing the Delaware State Hornets. The game ended with a 79-0 win for Missouri, bringing up the Tigers’ season record to 2-2.
Senior linebacker Michael Scherer, 30, celebrates his interception during Mizzou’s home game facing Delaware State.
Freshman running back Damarea Crockett, 16, pushes downfield during the second half of the game facing Delaware State.
Junior defensive back Anthony Sherrils, 22, reaches for the ball after sophomore punter Corey Fatony, 26, sends the ball downfield.
Junior wide receiver J’Mon Moore, 6, leaps up to make a catch while under pressure from the Delaware State defense. Moore came down with the touchdown, one of four scored by Moore to tie the school record for touchdowns received.
Sophomore quarterback Marvin Zanders, 2, rushes down the field. Zanders would finish the game with 83 yards gained rushing.
Freshman running back Ryan Williams, 4, rushes toward an open route. Williams had nine rushing attempts for 51 yards.
A Mizzou cheerleader pumps up the crowd during the Family Weekend game Sept. 24.
The Mizzou student section prepares for the next play during the home game facing Delaware State.
Sophomore quarterback Drew Lock, 3, looks downfield for open receivers. Lock completed 26 passes for a total of 402 yards against Delaware State on Sept. 24.
Junior wide receiver J’Mon Moore, 6, celebrates during Mizzou’s home game facing Delaware State.
Senior defensive back John Gibson, 5, moves down the field at the start of the play.