Missouri First Look: Vanderbilt

Missouri First-look Vanderbilt

Missouri hosts Vanderbilt on Saturday in Columbia. Here is your first look at Vanderbilt.

NOTE: This game has been postponed by the SEC until tentatively December 12.

Vanderbilt Season So Far

DateVisitorPtsHomePts
Sept. 26Vanderbilt12Texas A&M17
Oct. 3LSU41Vanderbilt7
Oct. 10South Carolina41Vanderbilt7
Oct. 17$ VanderbiltMissouri
Oct. 31Ole MissVanderbilt
Nov. 7VanderbiltMississippi State
Nov. 14VanderbiltKentucky
Nov. 21FloridaVanderbilt
Nov. 28TennesseeVanderbilt
Dec. 5VanderbiltGeorgia
Dec. 12VanderbiltMissouri
$ Game postponed
& Game rescheduled

Vanderbilt Injuries and Suspensions

 
Keyon Brooks RB Ques Sat – Illness
Ja Veon Marlow RB Ques Sat – Undisclosed
Feleti Afemui LB Out For Season – Personal
Bj Anderson CB Ques Sat – Undisclosed
Bryce Bailey OL Out For Season – Personal
Jonathan Stewart OL Out For Season – Personal
Cole Clemens OL Out For Season – Personal
Oren Milstein K Out For Season – Personal
Elijah Mcallister LB Early Nov – Undisclosed

Source: boydsbets.com

Challenges for Missouri

Missouri pulled off a resounding win over LSU on Saturday in Columbia. The Tigers now get the conference’s weakest link in Vanderbilt. The Commodores traditionally struggle in the SEC but this team has taken it to a different level. It’s one thing to have a poor offense or defense but when your entire team is in disarray with turnovers, choke plays and just plain apathy, it is bad. Some of this has to do with COVID and some with mediocre coaching. This combination has been dreadful for the ‘Dores. Missouri’s challenge is to not overlook Vanderbilt like the Tigers did last year in Nashville.

Saturday‘s game kicks off at 6:30 PM CT (7:30 PM ET). Watch on the SEC Network.

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