Campus Corner

Kickoff times announced for Missouri-Indiana and KU-Central Michigan games Sept. 20

Kickoff times and TV coverage for Missouri and Kansas football games Sept. 20 were announced Monday.

Missouri will play host to Indiana for a 3 p.m. kickoff. The game will be televised on the SEC Network.

Kansas’ game in Lawrence against Central Michigan will kick off at 2:30 p.m. and will be shown on Fox Sports KC.

The MU-Indiana game marks the Hoosiers’ first trip to Memorial Stadium since 1991, a 27-27 tie.

The No. 20 Tigers, 2-0, play host to Central Florida at 11 a.m. Saturday in the Tigers’ first game on the SEC Network, which launched last month.

Kansas plays at Duke at 2:30 p.m. Saturday that will be televised on Fox Sports KC.

Players of the week

Kansas State and Kansas had Big 12 players of the week on both sides of the ball, and Missouri had the SEC’s offensive player of the week.

K-State quarterback Jake Waters was chosen as a Big 12 offensive co-player of the week Monday, two days after amassing 377 total yards during a 32-28 victory against Iowa State.

The Wildcats trailed 28-13 during the second quarter, and Waters led the comeback by throwing for 239 yards and running for a career-high 138 yards and two touchdowns.

Waters is the first K-State player to win the accolade since Collin Klein in 2012.

KU senior cornerback Dexter McDonald was chosen defensive player of the week after recording two interceptions in the Jayhawks’ 34-28 victory over Southeast Missouri State.

McDonald, a Rockhurst High graduate, also set a career high with three pass breakups.

A record-setting performance by Missouri sophomore quarterback Maty Mauk on Saturday at Toledo earned him SEC honors as offensive player of the week.

He completed 21 of 32 passes for 325 yards with five touchdowns and two interceptions in a 49-24 victory. He also rushed for a touchdown.

Mauk established career highs for completions and passing yards while matching his personal best and the school record for passing touchdowns. His six total TDs also tied the Tigers’ single-game record.

Missouri’s last player to win a weekly conference award for an offensive player was Henry Josey in 2011, when the Tigers were still in the Big 12.