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Missouri Tigers at Kentucky Wildcats: Game Thread

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Looking for road win #12

Gameday

7:30 PM ET
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(25) MISSOURI AT KENTUCKY

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Game Notes

Depth Chart

Defense
SS
#16 Brock Bondurant 6'2 215 RS Fr.
#9 TJ Warren 5'11 190 Fr.
#33 Cam Hilton 6'0 180 Fr.
#8 Thomas Wilson 5'10 190 So.
#22 Anthony Sherrils 6'0 190 So.
WLB MLB SLB
#45 Franklin Agbasimere 6'2 215 Fr. #49 Ferrod Gardner 6'2 200 Fr. #50 Jacob Trump 6'3 225 Fr.
#15 Grant Jones 225 RS Fr.

#38 Eric Beisel 6'3 236 RS So.

#24 Terez Hall 5'11 215 Fr.

#34 Joey Burkett 6'2 210 So.

#4 Brandon Lee 6'2 220 So.

#40 Clarence Green 6'0 220 Sr.
#10 Kentrell Brothers 6'1 235 Sr.

#30 Michael Scherer 6'3 230 Jr.

#25 Donavin Newsom 6'2 230 Jr.
FS
#35 Zane Jacoby 6'4 205 Fr.
#19 Ronnell Perkins 6'0 185 Fr.
#6 Tavon Ross 6'0 200 RS Fr.
#3 Cortland Browning 6'1 205 Sr.

#21 Ian Simon 6'0 195 Sr.

WCB
#31 Finnis Stribling IV 5'11 175 RS Fr.
#28 Logan Cheadle 5'10 180 So.
#11 Aarion Penton 5'10 190 Jr.
#1 Anthony Hines 6'2 185 RS So.
WDE DT NT SDE
#88 Nate Howard 6'5 220 Fr. #61 Adam Roland RS Fr. 6'3 315 #94 Tyrell Jacobs 6'4 260 Fr. #52 Eddie Serano 6'3 235 So.
#98 Rocel McWilliams 6'2 240 RS Fr. #89 Tyler Hanneke 6'4 250 Jr. #18 Josh Moore 6'5 260 Fr. #92 Justin Grava 6'3 250 Jr.
#13 Spencer Williams 6'3 245 RS Fr. #96 A.J. Logan 6'2 300 RS So. #95 Rickey Hatley 6'4 285 RS Jr. #16 Marcell Frazier 6'5 265 RS So.

#91 Charles Harris 6'3 255 RS So.

#97 Josh Augusta 6'4 345 Jr. #79 Terry Beckner Jr. 6'4 300 Fr. #56 Walter Brady 6'3 255 RS Fr.
NB*

#8Thomas Wilson 5'10 190 So.

#11 Aarion Penton 5'10 190 Jr.
#25 Donavin Newsom 6'2 230 Jr.
SCB
#28 DeAndre McKenzie 6'1 185 Sr.
#5 John Gibson 6'0 190 Jr.
#7 Kenya Dennis 5'11 200 Sr.
Offense
X-WR
#6 J'Mon Moore 6'3 190 RS So.
#17 DeSean Blair 6'3 190 RS Fr.
#84 Emanuel Hall 6'3 200 Fr.
#19 Oke Ashuke 5'10 185
H-WR
#2 Nate Brown 6'3 205 So.
#16 Thomas Richard 6'1 190 RS Fr.
#14 Ray Wingo 5'11 180 RS Fr.
#85 Richard Floyd 5'11 175 Fr.
#41 Eric Laurent6'2 215 Jr.
LT LG C RG RT
#60 Connor McGovern6'4 305 RS Sr. #62 Taylor Chappell6'5 305 RS Sr. #77 Evan Boehm 6'3 320 Sr. #73 Mitch Hall 6'5 310 RS Sr. #55 Nate Crawford 6'5 300So.
#64 Paul Adams 6'6 290 RS Fr. #57 Alec Abeln 6'3 290 So. #63 Brad McNulty 6'4 300 RS. Sr. #71 Kevin Pendleton 6'4 315 RS Fr. #70 Malik Cuellar 6'5 300 Jr.
#68 Mike Fairchild 6'5 295 RS Fr. #78 Andy Bauer 6'3 310 RS Fr. #56 Sam Bailey 6'5 270 RS Fr. #66 Adam Ploudre 6'4 295 RS So. #72 Clay Rhodes 6'5 290 So.
#65 Tanner Owen 6'5 275 Fr. #52 Jordan Hill 6'2 270 So. #69 AJ Harris 6'4 285 Fr. #76 Thomas Grossman 6'3 260 Fr.

#75 Max Kavy 6'3 280 Fr.

TE

#80 Sean Culkin6'6 245 Jr.

#10 Jason Reese 6'5 250 So.
#82Clayton Echard 6'5 260 Sr.
#11 Kendall Blanton 6'6 250 RS. Fr.
#54 Nick Monaghan 6'2 245 Sr.

Z-WR
#18 Wesley Leftwich 6'1 205 RS Sr.
#15 Keyon Dilosa 6'3 200 RS Fr.
#8 Justin Smith 6'7 200 Fr.
#26Jake Brents 6'3 205 Jr.
QB
#7 Maty Mauk 6'0 195 Jr.
#3 Drew Lock 6'4 205 Fr.

#9 Eddie Printz 6'3 205 So.

----OR----

#1 Marvin Zanders 6'1 185 RS Fr.

#13 Corbin Berkstresser6'3 210 Sr.
RB
#32 Russell Hansbrough 5'9 195 Sr.
#21 Ish Witter 5'10 190 So.
#36 Morgan Steward 6'0 210 Jr.
#35 Tyler Hunt 5'11 215 Sr.
#39 Chase Abbington 6'2 215 Jr.
#5 Marquise Doherty 6'1 205 Fr.
#4 Ryan Williams 6'0 180 Fr.
K/P
#99 Andrew Baggett 6'1 215 Sr.
#36 Corey Fatony 5'11 185.
#90 Nick Coffman 5'11 175 Jr.
KR
# 3 John Gibson 6'0 190 Jr.
#22 Anthony Sherrils
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PR
#11 Aarion Penton 5'10 190 Jr.
#21 Ian Simon 6'0 195 Sr.
#8 Thomas Wilson 5'10 190 So.
IR
#12 Johnathan Johnson 5'10 175 Fr.
#48 Rodrick Winters 5'11 225 RS Fr.
#90 Harold Brantley 6'3 290 RS Jr.

Notes and Media

As Mizzou prepares for its second road trip of the 2015 season, it is important to note that Mizzou is currently riding a school record 11-game road winning streak, dating back to Sept. 21, 2013, at Indiana. It is the third-longest streak in the nation, trailing only Ohio State and Florida State. When looking at the stats, it is easy to see why Mizzou has been so successful on the road over the last two-plus seasons. Streak notables are below:

We Made It! (Happen)