Mizzou QB Drew Lock sets new SEC touchdown pass record in win over Arkansas

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The Missouri Tigers finished their season with their sixth straight win -- and Drew Lock set a couple of new records along the way.

It was a back-and-forth game. Arkansas led by 14 on two occasions, and the lead changed hands five times in the second half.

Lock fired three touchdown passes before halftime. The second one -- a 56-yard bomb to Emanuel Hall -- broke Chase Daniel's school record with 40 in a single season.

Lock's third touchdown pass -- a 10-yard pass to Albert Okwuegbunam -- broke the SEC single-season record and tied the game at 28-28.

J'Mon Moore caught Lock's fifth touchdown pass and gave Mizzou a 45-42 lead. After Arkansas tied it with a field goal, the Tigers regained the lead on tucker McCann's boot with five seconds left.

Ultimately, Mizzou won a shootout 48-45.

Lock had 448 yards passing, threw for five touchdowns and set a new SEC record with 43 touchdown passes in a single season.

The Tigers are 7-5 and await a bowl invitation.