The Missouri Tigers are back in action on Saturday and take on UConn in a key non-conference game. Find game time, TV channel and how to watch online information below.
The Tigers are coming off a big win against Idaho last week and will look to pick up their third win of the season. The last time these teams met, Missouri won 9-6 back in 2015.
Below find all the information you need for Missouri’s game against UConn, including TV Channel, time, live stream, odds and picks for the game.
Missouri-UConn football: Live updates, score
Q1: 15:00: Missouri 0, UConn 0
Missouri-UConn football: TV Channel, time, live stream
TV Channel: The Missouri-UConn football game will be on the CBS Sports Network.
Time: The Missouri-UConn football game will be at 6:30 PM. The game will played in East Hartford, Conn.
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Missouri-UConn odds, picks
Odds: Missouri is a 13-point favorite over UConn
Any way they can move this game to the SEC Alternate to the Alternate to the Alternate Channel? Because let’s be honest — watching this moribund Missouri program try to act like Alabama against weak non-conference opponents is starting to get old. We can guess what will happen: Quarterback Drew Lock will throw for a gazillion yards and 15 touchdowns, and the Tigers will put up 90 points. We saw it against Missouri State, we saw it against Idaho, we’ll see it once more Saturday. And then Mizzou will go back into SEC play and look like its old self again.
Kickoff: Saturday, 6:30 p.m., CBS Sports Network
Line: Missouri by 13
Prediction: Missouri 59, Connecticut 28
Drew Lock is in the zone, so to speak, and that should continue against a UConn defense that allowed at least 38 points in four consecutive games (including 70 to Memphis) at one point this season.
The difference between Connecticut and Idaho is that the Huskies can punch back. Bryant Shirreffs just passed for 372 yards in a 20-14 win against Tulsa, and the offense has hit the 20-point mark in every game but one. Expect a thriller in Storrs. The pick: Missouri.