Drew Lock is engineering a two-touchdown lead over Tennessee, and on the way, he just passed an SEC legend in career passing yards.
Lock is now in second-place overall, passing former Georgia QB David Greene on Missouri’s first third-quarter drive that ended in a short touchdown run by Larry Rountree.
Lock now has 11,574 (and counting) career passing yards. Lock passed Greene (11,528) on a 24-yard pass to Emanuel Hall.
Unless Missouri somehow figures to turn all the sliders down against Arkansas and a TBD opponent in the bowl, this is probably where Lock will end his career. Another former Georgia quarterback, Aaron Murray, leads the way with 13,166 passing yards.
DREW LOCK— Mizzou Football (@MizzouFootball) November 17, 2018
2️⃣nd all-time in @SEC history in Career Passing Yards!#MIZ #ShowMe pic.twitter.com/MWYgB4HVyp