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    Luther Burden III will lead the Missouri Tigers (7-2) into their matchup against the Tennessee Volunteers (7-2) at Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium on Saturday at 3:30 PM ET.

    The Volunteers are favored, but by less than a field goal (-1), against the Tigers. The over/under for this matchup is 58.5 points.

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    Game Info for Tennessee vs. Missouri

    • Game Day: Saturday, November 11, 2023
    • Game Time: 3:30 PM ET
    • TV Channel: CBS
    • Location: Columbia, Missouri
    • Stadium: Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium
    Tennessee vs Missouri Betting Information
    Favorite Spread Favorite Spread Odds Underdog Spread Odds Total Over Total Odds Under Total Odds Favorite Moneyline Underdog Moneyline
    Tennessee -1 -109 -111 58.5 -110 -110 -117 -103

    Tennessee Pick Insights

    • Tennessee has posted a 6-2-0 record against the spread this season.
    • In games it has played as at least 1-point favorites this season, Tennessee is 6-1 against the spread.
    • Tennessee games have gone over the point total on five of eight occasions (62.5%).

    Tennessee Stats & Insights

    • Tennessee has been a handful for opposing teams, ranking top-25 in both total offense (13th-best with 466.4 yards per game) and total defense (21st-best with 319.6 yards allowed per game) this season.
    • Tennessee has been making things happen on both sides of the ball this year, as they rank 22nd-best in scoring offense (34.8 points per game) and 21st-best in scoring defense (18.4 points allowed per game).
    • On offense, Tennessee ranks 59th in the FBS with 238.8 passing yards per game. Meanwhile, the defense ranks 54th in passing yards allowed per contest (222.2).
    • Tennessee has been a tough matchup for opposing teams in the running game, ranking top-25 in both rushing offense (third-best with 227.7 rushing yards per game) and rushing defense (14th-best with 97.3 rushing yards allowed per game) this year.
    • On offense, Tennessee has been a top-25 unit in terms of third-down efficiency, ranking 25th-best in the FBS by putting up a 45.3% third-down conversion rate. The defense ranks 28th on defense (33.8% third-down conversion rate allowed).
    • Tennessee has forced 13 total turnovers (54th in the FBS) this season and have turned it over eight times (14th in the FBS) for +5a turnover margin of +5, 26th-ranked in college football.

    Tennessee’s Best Players

    • Joe Milton has thrown for 2,017 yards (224.1 ypg) to lead Tennessee, completing 65.5% of his passes and recording 15 touchdown passes compared to four interceptions this season. He’s also figured in the ground game with 265 rushing yards on 59 carries with five rushing touchdowns.
    • Jaylen Wright has carried the ball 110 times for a team-high 826 yards on the ground and has found the end zone three times.
    • Jabari Small has been handed the ball 82 times this year and racked up 415 yards (46.1 per game) with two touchdowns.
    • Squirrel White’s leads his squad with 557 yards as a receiver. He’s racked up that yardage on 46 receptions (out of 62 targets) and scored two touchdowns.
    • Ramel Keyton has caught 24 passes while averaging 45.8 yards per game and scoring four touchdowns.
    • Bru McCoy’s 17 grabs have yielded 217 yards and one touchdown.
    • James Pearce Jr. leads the team with seven sacks, and also has seven TFL and 15 tackles.
    • Tennessee’s top-tackler, Elijah Herring, has 52 tackles and one TFL this year.
    • Kamal Hadden leads the team with three interceptions, while also putting up 18 tackles and three passes defended.

    Missouri Betting Insights

    • So far this year, Missouri has compiled a 6-2-0 record against the spread.
    • Missouri is 3-1 against the spread when an underdog by 1 point or more this season.
    • Missouri games have gone over the point total in five out of eight opportunities (62.5%).

    Missouri Pick Insights

    • Missouri is putting up 433 total yards per contest on offense this season (37th-ranked). Meanwhile, it is allowing 343.2 total yards per game (42nd-ranked).
    • Missouri ranks 36th in the FBS with 32.4 points per game on offense, and it ranks 54th with 24 points surrendered per game on the defensive side of the ball.
    • Missouri’s pass offense has been consistently moving the chains, putting up 282.3 passing yards per contest (24th-best) this season. Defensively, it ranks 66th by surrendering 229.4 passing yards per game.
    • Missouri’s run defense has been leading the charge for the team, as it ranks 25th-best in the FBS with 113.8 rushing yards allowed per game. In terms of offense, it is posting 150.7 rushing yards per game, which ranks 78th.
    • Missouri ranks 55th in the FBS with a 41.1% third-down conversion percentage on offense, and 63rd with a 37.8% third-down percentage allowed on defense.
    • After forcing eight turnovers (116th in the FBS) and turning the ball over seven times (10th in the FBS) this season, Missouri sports the 57th-ranked turnover margin of +1.

    Missouri’s Best Players

    • Brady Cook has racked up 2,448 yards on 67.4% passing while collecting 16 touchdown passes with four interceptions this season. He’s also run for 189 yards with five scores.
    • Cody Schrader is his team’s leading rusher with 162 carries for 919 yards, or 102.1 per game. He’s found the end zone 10 times on the ground, as well.
    • Nathaniel Peat has been given 64 carries and totaled 274 yards with two touchdowns.
    • Burden has racked up 951 receiving yards on 63 receptions to pace his team so far this season while scoring seven touchdowns as a receiver.
    • Theo Wease has put up a 530-yard season so far with five touchdowns. He’s caught 41 passes on 64 targets.
    • Mookie Cooper’s 37 targets have resulted in 30 receptions for 391 yards.
    • Darius Robinson has 5.5 sacks to lead the team, and also has five TFL and 21 tackles.
    • Missouri’s tackle leader, Ty’Ron Hopper, has 51 tackles, seven TFL, and three sacks this year.
    • Kris Abrams-Draine has a team-high four interceptions to go along with 31 tackles and four passes defended.
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