Drew Lock earned an honor for his impressive performance Saturday in Missouri’s season opener.
The Tigers quarterback was named the Walter Camp Football Foundation offensive player of the week after he threw for a school-record 521 yards with 7 touchdowns in Missouri’s 72-43 victory over Missouri State at Faurot Field. The 521 passing yards from Lock are the fifth-most by an SEC quarterback in a single game.
Lock, a junior, is the sixth Missouri player to earn a Walter Camp Football Foundation honor since 2004. Defensive end Markus Golden, who was recognized on Nov. 23, 2014, was the most-recent Tigers player to gain the honor.
Missouri hosts South Carolina next Saturday.
— Walter Camp Football (@WalterCampFF) September 3, 2017
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