On Saturday, November 11th, the Missouri Tigers will take on the Tennessee Volunteers at Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field.
The Missouri Tigers are 7-2 while maintaining an over .500 record, even though they lost the last time they played to Georgia 30-21. Against Georgia, the Tigers’ passing attack consisted of 29 ball attempts for 212 yards along with a touchdown. They scored a rushing touchdown and had an average 4.4 yards per rush in the running game. Brady Cook completed 48.3% of his passes for 212 yards versus Georgia. He completed a single touchdown throw with a quarterback rating of 69.9 in the defeat. Georgia’s offense scored 385 yards against Missouri’s defense. They handed up 131 yards on the running and 254 yards in the passing attack. Missouri ranks 116th in the nation for throwing yards allowed per contest by their defense. When facing the Tigers, opponents attempt 33.3 throws on average. They rank 85th in NCAA football due to their 24 PPG allowed. In the NCAA, their run defense is ranked 36th.
As they prepare to play Missouri this week, Tennessee’s record is currently 7-2 following their 59-3 victory over UConn. In terms of offense, the Volunteers amassed 275 rushing yards and two touchdowns on the ground versus UConn. Tennessee produced three touchdowns and passed for 375 yards on 31 passes during the passing onslaught. Joe Milton III ran for one score and passed for a pair of touchdowns over UConn. At the end, he had 254 yards of passing and a 78.6% completion percentage. Unlike in prior years, Tennessee’s defense complements its attack, enabling the Vols’ offense to generate extended drives that bleed time and finish up in the end zone. The defense holds opponents to 18.4 points per contest. Tennessee’s record is untarnished by away defeats to Florida and Alabama going into another challenging road setting in Week 11.
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Tennessee Volunteers vs Missouri Tigers Game Information
- Date: 11/11/2023
- Time: 03:30 PM ET
- Location: Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field, Columbia, MO
- How to Watch Tennessee vs Missouri: ESPN
- Live Stream: fubo.tv