COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -Missouri's Chase Coffman set a record for career receptions by a Division I tight end on Saturday night.
Coffman caught five passes for 20 yards in the first half against Colorado, including a one-handed grab in the back of the end zone for a 3-yard touchdown from Chase Daniel. A 4-yard reception broke the mark of 217 receptions by Ibn Green of Louisville from 1996-99.
Coffman entered the game with 56 catches, second in the nation among tight ends, with a 12.4-yard average and four touchdowns. The touchdown catch was the 25th of his career, extending his school career record.

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