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Missouri vs LSU football GameDay: info, where to watch, predictions

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A hurricane, a pandemic, a change in venue and time... let’s play some football!

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This isn’t normal, but it seems pretty par for the course in 2020. This game was supposed to be played in Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge at 8pm under the lights. Instead we’re going to watch a late morning kick off in Columbia Missouri, where Mizzou will play the reigning National Champions on their home turf... just in front of a mostly empty building thanks to a pandemic. But, still... we get football!

So you can basically ignore all of the following information from this tweet earlier in the week...

Because BELOW is all of the accurate information in regards to the game today.

Missouri-LSU football: Time, Location

TIME: 11:00 a.m. CT

DATE: Saturday, October 10, 2020

LOCATION: Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium; Columbia, MO.

Missouri-LSU football: Follow the game, TV Channel

TELEVISION: SEC Network Alternate

STREAM: WatchESPN

TWITTER: @MizzouFootball

FACEBOOK: MizzouFootballShowMe

ESPN+: ROCKMNATION

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Missouri-LSU football: Betting odds, predictions

As of Friday evening, Missouri is a 14-point underdog to LSU, according to VegasInsider.com. The total points (over/under) is 54.

Josh Matejka: After some internal debate, I’m changing my mind on this. Initially, I had Missouri covering a -20.5 spread due to the unexpected travel to Columbia for LSU. But things have changed. Not only has the line moved to 14 points as of Friday morning, but Eli Drinkwitz has said, in not as clear terms, that Mizzou will be without some key contributors on Saturday. No matter how well Missouri plays, their talent deficiency against a team like LSU cannot overcome the absence of big players. Give me LSU covering with the Tigers battling another mini-outbreak.

Brandon Kiley: This line moved in a big way throughout the week. Missouri opened as a 18-point underdog. That moved to as much as a 20.5-point underdog at some books early in the week. It’s now down to a 14-point spread at most sportsbooks in Vegas. I’ll take LSU minus the points, especially with the late news that the Columbia Tigers are expected to be without a half-dozen players due to a positive COVID-19 test.

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