The Fort Hays State football team broke a program record for points scored in a game in the school's NCAA era, crushing Lincoln 66-6 on Saturday in Jefferson City, Mo.

Tiger sophomore quarterback Chance Fuller tossed five touchdowns, Dandre Reed caught 10 passes for 169 yards and FHSU amassed a season-high 593 yards of offense.

The Tigers (7-2) will play host to Northwest Missouri (8-1) next Saturday in a pivotal game for FHSU's playoff hopes.

FHSU led 17-0 at the end of the first quarter after a 26-yard field goal from Dante Brown, a 9-yard TD to Bieberle from Fuller and a 2-yard rushing touchdown from Harley Hazlett.

Fuller threw four touchdowns in the second quarter alone, finding Manny Ramsey for three TDs of 8, 24 and 23 yards before connecting with Reed for a 30-yard TD. The Tigers led 45-0 at the break.

Te’Corey Tutson scored on a 6-yard run early in the third quarter before Charles Tigner added a 18-yard TD run. FHSU backup quarterback Voshon Waiters accounted for Fort Hays State's last touchdown, scoring on a 2-yard run with 6:24 remaining.

The Blue Tigers, who dropped to 1-8, finally got on the board with Hosea Franklin's 82-yard touchdown run with 5:24 remaining.

Fuller finished 24 of 32 through the air for 296 yards. Ramsey had five receptions for 74 yards with three TDS while Hazlett caught six passes for 44 yards.

The Tigers churned out 189 yards on the ground. Tutson compiled 64 yards on nine carries while Tigner added 49 yards on eight attempts and D.J. Hickman 47 on nine tries.

FHSU held the Blue Tigers to 230 yards of offense — 170 rushing and 60 through the air. Franklin had 131 yards on 19 carries.