Tennessee vs Missouri Prediction NCAAF Picks 11/11
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- Nov 10, 2023, 8:02:49 PM
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NCAAF Predictions: Tennessee Volunteers vs. Missouri Tigers
Get ready for an epic showdown as the No. 14 Tennessee Volunteers take on the No. 16 Missouri Tigers.
The matchup is scheduled for November 11, 2023, at 1:30 PM in the vibrant Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field, Columbia, MO. CBS will broadcast the game, and the weather is expected to be around 51 degrees. Tennessee enters as the slight favorites with a -2.5 points spread.
The Tennessee Volunteers have had a stellar season with a 7-2 record, including 3-2 in the conference. Quarterback J. Milton III has been a force, amassing 2,016 passing yards, 15 touchdowns, and 4 interceptions. Running back J. Wright and receiver S. White have played pivotal roles in their offensive success.
Tennessee averages an impressive 514.6 total yards per game, showcasing their offensive prowess. With 2,314 passing yards and 2,260 rushing yards, they possess a balanced attack that keeps defenses on their toes.
Tennessee enters the game on a high note, with dominant wins against CONN and UK. Their ability to score consistently and maintain offensive momentum makes them a formidable force in this matchup.
The Missouri Tigers have also enjoyed a successful season, boasting a 7-2 record, including 3-2 in the conference. Quarterback B. Cook has thrown for 2,471 yards, 16 touchdowns, and 5 interceptions. Running back C. Schrader and receiver L. Burden III add depth to their dynamic offense.
Missouri averages 477.6 total yards per game, with a potent passing attack of 2,471 yards and a ground game amassing 1,708 yards. Their ability to score quickly makes them a threat in any matchup.
Both Tennessee and Missouri boast explosive offenses, and this matchup promises to be a high-scoring affair. The over of 58.5 points is the optimal bet considering the offensive capabilities of both teams and the potential for big plays.
J. Milton III and B. Cook, the quarterbacks for Tennessee and Missouri, respectively, have shown the ability to stretch the field and connect with their dynamic receiving corps. Expect a back-and-forth battle with numerous scoring opportunities.
The ground game, featuring J. Wright for Tennessee and C. Schrader for Missouri, adds an extra dimension to the offenses. Red zone efficiency and the ability to convert scoring opportunities will contribute to surpassing the 58.5 points mark.
Defensive vulnerabilities on both sides create opportunities for explosive plays, making the over a safe and lucrative bet for fans looking for an action-packed game.