Missouri Edges Arkansas In Season Finale With Late Field Goal
FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM)– Missouri’s Tucker McCann made a 19-yard field goal with five seconds remaining, to give the Tigers the 48-45 victory over Arkansas on Friday. The Razorbacks finish the 2017 campaign 4-8 overall and 1-7 in SEC play.
The Razorbacks tied the game at 45-45 with five minutes remaining, and then Missouri did the unthinkable. The Tigers used up almost all of the clock on a 13-play drive, and Tucker McCann nailed the game winner.
Missouri quarterback Drew Lock threw for 448 yards and five touchdowns as he led Missouri (7-5, 4-4 SEC) extending their winning streak to six straight games. Lock completed 25-of-42 passes and threw his 43rd touchdown pass of the season to set the SEC’s single-season record for touchdown passes.
After missing four games earlier this season with a shoulder injury, Allen put on a show in his final collegiate game. His first-half completions of 57 and 65 yards were his two longest of the season, and he topped 300 yards passing for the first time since throwing for 348 yards in a loss to the Tigers last season.