The Missouri Tigers are struggling against the Oklahoma State Cowboys, trailing 35-26 early in the fourth quarter.

However, senior QB Drew Lock is having a big day. He’s thrown for three touchdowns so far, and is now only one touchdown away from 100 for his career.

Touchdown No. 99 was a long one — the longest of Lock’s season, in fact. As you can see below, even though he fooled the ESPN cameras, the play went for 86 yards to Memphis native Johnathon Johnson:

The Tigers called a timeout and then elected not to go for two points in a very questionable coaching decision by Barry Odom, but there’s still time left to complete a comeback if the defense steps up.

We’ll see if the decision comes back to haunt the Tigers, but for now, Lock continues to have a big game.