This Saturday, number 14-ranked Missouri takes on number-one Georgia, the 2-time reigning national winner, in a matchup of the top two sides in the division rankings among SEC East rivals. On Saturday, Missouri defeated South Carolina 34-12. Since September 30th to now, Mizzou has won its last three games by a margin of 17 points or greater. In Jacksonville, Georgia defeated Florida 43-20 during the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party.
When Georgia gets home, they’re in good condition. In the absence of tight end Brock Bowers, the Bulldogs’ passing attack versus Florida appeared formidable. Facing the Gators, Ladd McConkey played his finest performance of this campaign and appeared in his best shape he has all year.
But the offense has improved despite the absence of Brock Bowers. While the defense hasn’t been put to the test yet, it is once more stacked with NFL talent that can step up and perform when called upon. The running game has taken over for extended periods of time, and Carson Beck seems comfortably adjusted into his quarterback role.
Missouri just got back from a week off. Notable victories for the Tigers have come against South Carolina, Kansas State, and Kentucky. According to the US LBM Coaches Poll, Missouri is the 14th-ranked team in the nation. When the two teams faced Missouri the previous season, the Tigers gave the number one-ranked Georgia squad a serious run for their money.
The pass rush is merely mediocre, despite how excellent the Bulldogs defense is all around. QB Brady Cook of Missouri has been excellent, particularly when he gets some playing time. With 3 interceptions, 15 touchdown passes, and sufficient running, the possibility exists to pressure the Georgia secondary and gain nearly 300 yards.
The Bulldogs have won nine straight games since 2013, taking an 11-1 series lead. But at Columbia’s Faurot Field, that almost didn’t happen the previous season as Georgia narrowly prevailed 26-22.
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Missouri vs Georgia Game Information
- Date: 11/04/2023
- Time: 03:30 PM ET
- Location: Sanford Stadium.
- How to Watch Missouri vs Georgia: ESPN
- Live Stream: fubo.tv