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Star running back Raheim Sanders and the Arkansas Razorbacks (6-5) meet the Missouri Tigers (5-6) on Friday at 3:30 PM ET at Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium.
The Razorbacks are favored, but by less than a touchdown (-3), versus the Tigers. The over/under for this game is 55.5 points.
Game Info and Betting Lines for Arkansas vs. Missouri
- Game Day: Friday, November 25, 2022
- Game Time: 3:30 PM ET
- TV Channel: CBS
- Location: Columbia, Missouri
- Stadium: Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium
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Arkansas Betting Insights
- Missouri’s ATS record is 6-5-0 this season.
- In games it has played as at least 3-point underdogs this season, Missouri is 4-2 against the spread.
- In Missouri’s 11 games with a set total, three have hit the over (27.3%).
Arkansas Stats & Insights
- Arkansas owns the 19th-best offense this season in terms of total yards (465.5 yards per game), but rank 13th-worst defensively (451.6 yards allowed per game).
- Arkansas is putting up 31.0 points per game on offense this season (49th in the FBS), and is giving up 28.7 points per game (93rd) on the other side of the ball.
- Arkansas has the 66th-ranked passing offense this season (231.1 passing yards per game), and has been worse on defense, ranking 14th-worst with 275.7 passing yards allowed per game.
- Arkansas ranks 97th in run defense this season (175.9 rushing yards allowed per game), but has been thriving on the other side of the ball, ranking seventh-best in the FBS with 234.4 rushing yards per game.
- In addition to a 45.0% third-down conversion rate allowed on defense, which ranks 14th-worst in the FBS, Arkansas has put up the 26th-ranked third-down percentage (45.5%) on offense.
- Arkansas has forced 15 total turnovers (70th in the FBS) this season and have turned it over 14 times (46th in the FBS) for +1a turnover margin of +1, 63rd-ranked in college football.
Arkansas’ Best Players
- K.J. Jefferson has been a dual threat for Arkansas so far this season. He has 2,149 passing yards, completing 67.6% of his passes and tossing 20 touchdown passes and three interceptions this season. He’s rushed for 472 yards (42.9 ypg) on 125 carries with six rushing touchdowns.
- Sanders has racked up 1,379 yards on 209 carries while finding the end zone 10 times. He’s also caught 25 passes for 249 yards (22.6 per game) and one touchdown through the air.
- Matt Landers’ leads his squad with 701 yards as a receiver. He’s racked up that yardage on 40 catches (out of 61 targets) and scored six touchdowns.
- Jadon Haselwood has hauled in 52 receptions totaling 628 yards, finding the end zone three times as a receiver so far this campaign.
- Ketron Jackson Jr. has hauled in 15 catches for 270 yards, an average of 24.5 yards per game. He’s scored three times as a receiver this season.
- Drew Sanders, the team’s tackle and sacks leader, has racked up 9.0 sacks, 10.0 TFL, 77 tackles, and one interception.
- Dwight McGlothern has a team-leading three interceptions to go along with 29 tackles and five passes defended.
Missouri Betting Insights
- Missouri has gone 6-5-0 ATS this year.
- In games this year in which they were an underdog by 3 points or more, the Tigers have a 4-2 record against the spread.
- Missouri has hit the over in three of their 11 games with a set total (27.3%).
Missouri Stats & Insights
- From an offensive perspective, Missouri is accumulating 362.0 total yards per contest (89th-ranked). It ranks 30th in the FBS on defense (338.2 total yards surrendered per game).
- Missouri ranks 85th in the FBS with 25.2 points per contest on offense, and it ranks 54th with 24.8 points allowed per game on the defensive side of the ball.
- With 208.8 passing yards per game on offense, Missouri ranks 98th in the FBS. On defense, it ranks 46th, allowing 209.5 passing yards per game.
- Missouri is posting 153.2 rushing yards per game on offense this season (66th-ranked). Meanwhile, it is surrendering 128.6 rushing yards per contest (36th-ranked) on defense.
- Missouri is putting up a 39.4% third-down conversion rate on offense this season (68th-ranked). Meanwhile, it is surrendering a 33.5% third-down rate (27th-ranked) on defense.
- At -4, Missouri owns the 100th-ranked turnover margin in the FBS, with 15 forced turnovers (70th in the FBS) and 19 turnovers committed (101st in the FBS).
Missouri’s Best Players
- Brady Cook has been a dual threat for Missouri this season. He has 2,253 passing yards (204.8 per game) while completing 65.2% of his passes. He’s tossed 10 touchdown passes and seven interceptions this season. On the ground, he’s compiled 409 yards (37.2 ypg) on 107 carries with five rushing touchdowns.
- Cody Schrader has carried the ball 139 times for 603 yards, with seven touchdowns.
- Dominic Lovett paces his squad with 716 receiving yards on 50 catches with three touchdowns.
- Barrett Banister has recorded 403 receiving yards (36.6 yards per game) on 36 receptions.
- Luther Burden III has racked up 290 reciving yards (26.4 ypg) and three touchdowns this season.
- DJ Coleman leads the team with 6.0 sacks, and also has 6.0 TFL and 25 tackles.
- Jaylon Carlies, Missouri’s leading tackler, has 29 tackles, 3.0 TFL, one sack, and two interceptions this year.
- Daylan Carnell has picked off a team-high two passes. He also has 16 tackles, 1.0 TFL, and two passes defended to his name.