Missouri First Look: LSU

Missouri First-look LSU

Missouri hosts LSU on Saturday in Baton Rouge. Here is your first look at LSU.

NOTICE: This game has been moved to Columbia, MO due to adverse weather forecasted for Baton Rouge, LA

LSU Season So Far

DateVisitorPtsHomePts
Sept. 26Mississippi State44LSU34
Oct. 3LSU41Vanderbilt7
Oct. 10Missouri45LSU41
Oct. 17$ LSUFlorida
Oct. 24South CarolinaLSU
Oct. 31LSUAuburn
Nov. 14AlabamaLSU
Nov. 21LSUArkansas
Nov. 28LSUTexas A&M
Dec. 5Ole MissLSU
Dec. 12LSUFlorida
$ Game postponed
& Game rescheduled

LSU Injuries and Suspensions

 
Glen Logan DE Ques Sat – Undisclosed
Dare Rosenthal T Day-To-Day – Undisclosed
Chris Curry RB Ques Sat – Undisclosed
Ray Parker LB Out Indefinitely – Suspension
Tyler Shelvin NT Out For Season – Personal
Nelson Jenkins III DL Out For Season – Personal
Ja Marr Chase WR Out For Season – Personal

Source: boydsbets.com

Challenges for Missouri

Missouri moves from Knoxville to Baton Rouge for this week’s game. It’s been a tough first couple games for Mizzou but the Tigers have shown some positives. Against Tennessee, receivers Damon Hazelton and Jalen Knox each had four catches. Linebacker Nick Bolton had 17 tackles. One challenge for Mizzou is to compete better in the first quarter. Against Tennessee, Mizzou struggled, at least offensively, in the first quarter. Tennessee had seven first downs, Mizzou had none. Tennessee gained 167 yards, Mizzou got 13 yards. Pretty lopsided and it is something that has to be fixed.

Saturday‘s game kicks off at 8:00 PM CT (9:00 PM ET). Watch on the ESPN Network.

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