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Lock passes Peyton Manning, moves into third place in SEC career passing TDs

Quite the day for Drew Lock.

NCAA Football: Missouri at Florida Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

UPDATE: Lock’s third touchdown of the day — a short strike to Emanuel Hall — moved him past Peyton Manning and into third-place with 90 career touchdowns.

Drew Lock’s second passing touchdown of the day — a 41-yard strike to freshman Kam Scott — moved the Missouri quarterback past Tim Tebow and Chris Leak on the SEC career passing touchdown list.

Lock, with 89 career touchdowns, is now tied with Peyton Manning in third place.

Lock added insult to, well, insult for the Gators, as he passed the two former Florida quarterbacks on their home field. He also accomplished that feat while extending Missouri’s lead to 28-10 over the 11th-ranked Gators.

Let’s go live to Lock to see how he’s handling the honor: