Missouri football hosts Vanderbilt on Saturday in Columbia, Mo. Here is your first look at Vanderbilt.
Vanderbilt Season So Far
Vanderbilt Injuries and Suspensions
[OL] 09/04/2020 – Bryce Bailey is out for season (Personal)
[OL] 09/04/2020 – Cole Clemens is out for season (Personal)
[OL] 09/04/2020 – Jonathan Stewart is out for season (Personal)
[LB] 09/23/2020 – Elijah McAllister is out indefinitely (Undisclosed)
[LB] 09/23/2020 – Feleti Afemui is out for season (Personal)
[K] 10/01/2020 – Oren Milstein is out for season (Personal)
[S] 11/07/2020 – Donovan Kaufman is out for season (Medical)
[QB] 11/02/2020 – Danny Clark is out for season (Personal)
[T] 11/22/2020 – Brayden Bapst is “?” Saturday vs Tennessee U (Undisclosed)
[RB] 11/22/2020 – Keyon Henry-Brooks is “?” Saturday vs Tennessee U (Ribs)
[RB] 11/22/2020 – Jamauri Wakefield is “?” Saturday vs Tennessee U (Undisclosed)
Challenges for Missouri
Surprise! You are playing Vandy this week instead of Arkansas. In Vanderbilt, you get a team that has performed poorly all season for the most part. They either play terrible on both sides of the ball or if the game is close they find a way to lose. It took the Commodores seven first quarters to finally manage to score a touchdown in the first quarter. Vandy does seem to be improving and they have an impressive true freshman quarterback in Ken Seals who has steadily gotten better as the season has progressed. Throwing for 300 yards a game is about par for Seals. Mizzou just can’t afford to overlook Vandy.
Saturday’s game kicks off at 11:00 CT (Noon ET). You can watch this Missouri football game on the SEC Network.