COLUMBIA, Mo. — No. 15 Kansas State’s first return to Missouri after 13 years ended in heartbreak Saturday as the Tigers’ 61-yard go-ahead field goal soared between the uprights and cleared the crossbar with ease, saddling the Wildcats with their first loss of the season.

The kick, which was originally a 56-yarder before being moved back an extra five yards after the Tigers got called for a delay of game penalty, was the longest field goal in SEC history for Missouri kicker Harrison Mevis.

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