The Missouri Tigers are looking to pick up their 6th win of the year and clinch bowl eligibility on Saturday, November 18, 2017 against Vanderbilt. Below find game time, TV and live stream information. Note that the game has been delayed due to weather.
Missouri-Vanderbilt football: TV Channel, Game time, live stream
Time: The Vanderbilt-Missouri game is set for an 8 PM ET kickoff. The game will be played in Nashville and has been pushed back due to weather.
TV Channel: The Vanderbilt-Missouri football game is on the SEC Network. To find the SEC Network in your area, click here.
Live stream: Yes, you can watch the game via the WATCHESPN app.
Missouri-Vanderbilt football game odds, picks
Break up Mizzou! After a first half to the season in which coach Barry Odom looked completely out of his depth, the Tigers have exploited a pillow-soft schedule to win four straight and get to .500. No stopping now — next up is a Vanderbilt team that has completely lost its way, despite a roster that’s too good to be winless in SEC play. Commodores coach Derek Mason isn’t talked about as being on the hot seat, but this season’s collapse has to raise some questions in the West End. Quarterback Drew Lock and the Tigers will roll up yards against a Vandy defense allowing more than 400 per game, and the turnaround will be complete. Enjoy Shreveport, boys!
Kickoff: Saturday, 7:30 p.m., SEC Network
Line: Missouri by 9½
Prediction: Missouri 42, Vanderbilt 30
Both of these teams are battling for bowl eligibility, and both quarterbacks are on the brink of historic seasons. Missouri’s Drew Lock has 35 passing touchdowns, which is three behind the school record (Chase Daniel) and five behind the conference record (Kentucky’s Andre Woodson). Vanderbilt’s Kyle Shurmur has 21 of his own, which is tied with Jay Cutler for second-best in Vanderbilt history. He needs one more to match Whit Taylor.
The touchdowns should come fast and furious on Saturday night (for at least one team, anyway); Mizzou is 10th in the country with more than 501 yards per game and 15th with nearly 39 points per game. The Vanderbilt defense is 76th and 91st in those categories, and has allowed at least 34 points against every SEC opponent. The pick: Missouri.