The Florida defense returned two Drew Lock interceptions for touchdowns on Saturday en route to a 40-14 win over the Tigers. (University of Florida)

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – When the Missouri Tigers watch the film of Saturday’s game against Florida, Drew Lock might want to keep his eyes closed.

It might look even worse on film than it did in person.

Lock had arguably the worst game of his careers as Florida rolled to a 40-14 win over the Tigers, dropping Missouri to 0-3 in the SEC and 2-4 for the season, their worst record through six games since 2000.

Missouri has lost its last nine conference games dating back to last October.

Lock completed only four of 18 passes for 39 yards. He did have two of his passes result in touchdowns – for Florida – and found himself on the bench in the fourth quarter, replaced by Marvin Zanders.

The two touchdowns on interceptions late in the second quarter turned a 6-0 Florida lead into a 20-0 halftime advantage as Missouri had only 92 yards of total offense, going three-and-out on their first six possession.

The Tigers also allowed a touchdown on special teams, when Florida returned an onside kick for a touchdown in the game’s closing minutes.

In their last two games, on the road against LSU and Florida, Missouri has been outscored 82-21.

Freshman Damarea Crockett had his second 100-yard game, picking up 145 yards on the ground, but many of those game after the game’s outcome already was decided.

The Tigers’ two touchdowns came on a 1-yard run, by defensive lineman Josh Augusta, in the third quarter and a 1-yard run by Ish Witter with 1:13 left in the game which capped a 99-yard drive.

Missouri will step away from conference play next week, hosting Middle Tennessee in their final non-conference game of the season.