The Missouri Tigers will travel in SEC conference action to face the Kentucky Wildcats in an NCAA college football game set for Saturday afternoon.
Tip off time from Kentucky is set for 12PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by ESPNU.
The betting odds from this college football game have the road team Missouri Tigers favored by -14 points with the total lined at 56 points.
Missouri is 8-1 this season following a 31-3 victory last week to the Tennessee Volunteers as a -11 point betting favorite. The game total landed at under 55 points. The Tigers opened up a 24-3 first half lead.
The team put up 502 yards of offense with 339 running for over 6 yards per carry. Maty Mauk hit on of 25 passes for 163 yards and three touchdowns. Mauk had 13 runs for 114 yards. Missouri had no turnovers and forced three away from the Volunteers. On defense the Tigers give up 334 yards to the Tennessee offense with 94 on the ground for 4 yards per carry. The Tigers defense got off the field 85% of the time on third down.
Kentucky broke a five game losing streak to go to 2-6 on the 2013 campaign following a 48-14 home victory to non-FBS school Alabama St Hornets as a -27 ½ point betting favorite. The game total finished at under 63 ½ points. The Wildcats jumped out to the 31-7 first half lead.
They produced 422 yards with 233 running for over 5 yards per carry. Jalen Whitlow hit on 16 of 26 passes for 186 yards and two touchdowns. Whitlow had 101 yards rushing with two scores. On defense Kentucky allows the Alabama St offense 297 yards with 149 to their ground attack for 4 yards per attempt.