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The No. 9 Missouri Tigers will host the Tennessee Volunteers on Saturday in a match-up of two SEC schools.
Entering Saturday’s contest Missouri (7-1) will be looking to get back on track after suffering their first loss of the season against South Carolina. Their opponents Tennessee (4-4) is coming off a 45-10 loss to Alabama.
Coverage of the game between Tennessee and Missouri will air on ESPN beginning at 7:00 pm ET from Faurot Field in Columbia, MO.
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The Odds: The Missouri Tigers are 10.5 point favorites against the Tennessee Volunteers. The over/under for this game is 55.5 total points.
Will Missouri be able to get back on track or will Tennessee pull off the upset in this one?
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COLUMBIA, Mo. -- L'Damian Washington didn't want to leave on Saturday night until he made sure his quarterback knew how he felt about him.
So as he was about to walk out of the interview room beneath the south stands at Memorial Stadium, he stopped and delivered one final message for Maty Mauk.
"Maty, I love you man," the Missouri wide receiver said.
It was about to be a huge let down in Columbia until Earnest Ross, Jordan Clarkson and Jabari Brown caught fire towards the final minutes of the game.
Central Missouri deserves plenty of credit as they played like a DI school tonight. They were quick off the dribble, hitting 3′s and out hustling Mizzou most of the game.
I was shocked by the easy buckets Central Missouri kept getting...
Missouri quarterback James Franklin looked good in pre-game drills and could be back from a shoulder injury next week. Coaches used that to prod backup Maty Mauk against Tennessee.
The redshirt freshman made his third start in place of Franklin, and it was his best by far. Coach Gary Pinkel said Mauk was told he was on a short leash.
Mauk emulated Franklin with his legs, rushing...
While the Missouri Tigers defense has been stellar along the front line with it's talented defensive linemen, they have had trouble this season defending against the screens and underneath passing game this season. Tiger coaches explain what is needed to improve against it.
The Missouri Tigers were able to bounce back and beat the Tennessee Volunteers pretty handily after last week's 2/OT loss to end their unbeaten streak. Mizzou rolled over the Vols 31-3.
The 10th ranked Missouri Tigers are having no problem with the Tennessee Volunteers. So far into the 3rd quarter, the Tigers are leading 31-3. The only question for Missouri is if they can stay healthy and win the SEC East?
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On Saturday night, the #9 Missouri Tigers (8-1, 4-1) defeated the Tennessee Volunteers (4-5, 1-4) by the final score of 31-3 before a home crowd of over 66,000 fans who came out to root them to victory.