The Missouri Tigers will look to win their second SEC game of the season on Saturday, November 11 when they take on the Tennessee Volunteers. Find the score and live updates below
Missouri blasted Florida last week 45-16 to pick up its first SEC win of the season. Tennessee is coming off a loss to Kentucky and is also 4-5 on the season. The Volunteers are 0-5 in SEC play.
Missouri-Tennessee football score, live updates
Q1: 15:00, Missouri 0, Tennessee 0
Missouri-Tennessee football: TV Channel, time, live stream information
TV Channel: The Missouri-Tennessee football game can be seen on the SEC Network
Time: The Missouri-Tennessee football game kicks off at 7:30 pm. The game will be broadcast on the SEC Network
Live stream: The Missouri-Tennessee football game will be live streamed on the WatchESPN app
Missouri-Tennessee football: Odds, Picks
Odds: Missouri is a 12.5 favorite over Tennessee this week.
Picks: From SEC Country’s David Caraviello
Well now, look who won a conference game! And judging from the Twitter replies here at Bold Predictions, the Missouri faithful are feeling awfully good about themselves after rolling a Florida team that played like it’s ready for the season to be over. Well, guess what: Make it another one! Another mess of a program shuffles its way to CoMo, and quarterback Drew Lock should light up the scoreboard once again. With an easy remaining schedule (Vandy and Arkansas to close), the Tigers are surely thinking bowl eligibility. Congrats, you’re buying yourself more years under Barry Odom, but with Lock in the NFL.
Kickoff: Saturday, 7:30 p.m., SEC Network
Line: Missouri by 12
Prediction: Missouri 41, Tennessee 20
Missouri coach Barry Odom has done just about everything he’s needed to do to save his job after a horrible start. The Tigers played competitive football against Kentucky, gave Georgia a scare, beat up Idaho and Connecticut, and then destroyed Florida last weekend. Now, they’re one or two wins away from bowl season (a 5-7 Tigers team would have a strong chance at the postseason due to a high APR).
Nothing can stop this blistering Missouri passing attack. Drew Lock is now leading the country (!) in passing touchdowns with 31, with 21 of those coming in the last five games. And the Tigers defense has been promoted from “avert your eyes” to “hey, maybe they’ll show up.” Tennessee’s iffy offense won’t be able to engage in a shootout, let alone win one. The pick: Missouri.
Dustin’s pick: Missouri 35, Tennessee 21
“Missouri has too much firepower for this one and Tennessee doesn’t have nearly enough.”
Blake’s pick: Missouri 35, Tennessee 20
“Tennessee doesn’t have the offensive firepower to go on the road and get its first SEC win of the season.”
Josh’s pick: Missouri 35, Tennessee 21
“Tennessee is dealing with too many injuries on the offensive side of the ball to keep up with the number of points Missouri will be able to score.”
Mike’s pick: Tennessee 27, Missouri 24
“Tennessee’s secondary is better than many realize, and Missouri is last in the SEC in turnover margin.”