[3:40 PM] Missouri @ #19 Tennessee

Which side will record a HIGHER TOTAL?

Missouri: Points Scored or Tie

@ #19 Tennessee: Winning Margin


The Volunteers kept their championship dream alive with a 49-36 win over Kentucky last week, as they rolled up huge offensive numbers for the second straight game.

Missouri snapped an 11-game SEC losing streak with last week’s 26-17 home win over Vanderbilt. The Tigers will try to end an eight-game skid on the road, where they haven’t won since a victory at Arkansas State in the second game of the 2015 season.

The Tigers boasted a prolific passing attack early in the season behind sophomore quarterback Drew Lock, but they have been more balanced of late with the emergence of freshman running back Damarea Crockett. Crockett is averaging 118.4 rushing yards over the past five games and rushed for 154 yards in last week’s win. The defense has improved since head coach Barry Odom resumed play-calling duties, especially when it comes to stopping the run, which was a huge concern during a five-game losing streak.

The Vols’ hopes are pinned firmly to quarterback Joshua Dobbs, who is responsible for more points (174) than any player in the SEC with 21 passing touchdowns and seven rushing scores. Dobbs is the team’s leading rusher (470 yards) and put up 147 yards and two touchdowns on the ground as the Vols rolled up a season-high 376 yards rushing against Kentucky.

Tennessee has won seven straight games in November dating to a 29-21 loss to Missouri in 2014.


StreakSmarts Pick: Missouri: Points Scored or Tie

Confidence: 5/10

StreakSmarter Pick