COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -Missouri kicker Jeff Wolfert broke the school career scoring record with an 18-yard field goal on Saturday night against Oklahoma State.
Wolfert, a senior, has 287 career points and was 8-for-10 on field goal attempts this season after connecting to conclude the third-ranked Tigers' opening drive. Both misses were beyond 50 yards, including a 59-yard attempt for his first-ever miss in Big 12 play last week at Nebraska.
Wolfert entered the game tied for the career mark with Brad Smith, the quarterback from 2002-05.

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