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Tigers, on 61 yard Mevis field goal, stun K-State 30-27

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Harrison Mevis kicked a 61 yard field goal with no time left to give Missouri a 30-27 win over 15th ranked Kansas State on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium in Columbia.

Here is the call from “The Voice of the Tigers” Mike Kelly from the Tiger Radio Network: 

Missouri outscored K-State 13-3 in the fourth quarter.  Tiger head coach Eli Drinkwitz spoke with Chris Gervino during the postgame show: 

The field goal by Mevis set a new Southeastern Conference record, but came after MU was penalized five yards for delay of game, followed by an incomplete pass: 

Drinkwitz responded after Gervino called it Drinkwitz’ biggest win at MU: 

Missouri will travel to St. Louis to play the Memphis Tigers in a non-conference neutral site game on Saturday, with kickoff at 6:30 on ESPNU.  Pregame on the Tiger Radio Network, on 92.3 FM KTTN, hits the air at 4:30.