Vanderbilt visits Missouri on Saturday in Columbia. Here is your first look at Missouri.
NOTE: This game has been postponed by the SEC until tentatively December 12.
Missouri Season So Far
Missouri Injuries and Suspensions
Maurice Massey WR Out For Season – Personal
Stacy Brown DB Ques Sat – Illness
Akial Byers DL Ques Sat – Undisclosed
Tyler Jones DB Ques Sat – Undisclosed
Kobie Whiteside DL Ques Sat – Leg
Dominic Gicinto WR Ques Sat – Illness
Damon Hazelton WR Ques Sat – Illness
Chris Daniels DL Out For Season – Personal
Aubrey Miller Jr. LB Out For Season – Personal
Chris Shearin DB Out For Season – Personal
Jack Buford OL Out For Season – Personal
Cjay Boone WR Out For Season – Personal
Thalen Robinson OL Out For Season – Personal
Brendan Scales TE Out For Season – Foot
Keke Chism WR Ques Sat – Illness
Challenges for Vanderbilt
It’s been brutal the last couple of games for Vanderbilt. The Commodores have to figure out something on offense. They are averaging less than nine points per contest. Vanderbilt either needs to simplify their offense or put more bells and whistles into it. It seems like every other team in the SEC is improving except for Vanderbilt and Mississippi State but at least State has one in the win column. Missouri beat a team on Saturday in Columbia which beat Vandy 41-7 in Nashville (uh, that was LSU, not South Carolina). It’s pitiful that we have to specify which 41-7 Vandy loss we mean. Vanderbilt started playing football in 1890. The Commodores have had many rough years but they’ve always managed to win at least one ball game. The Commodores’ challenge is to not end that streak in 2020.
Saturday‘s game kicks off at 6:30 PM CT (7:30 PM ET). Watch on the SEC Network.