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

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It’s College Football game day! And even better, Mizzou gets their game against Vanderbilt with an 11am kick, so we don’t have to sit around all day waiting for the game. Coffee and football, everyone’s favorite!

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Missouri-Vanderbilt football: Time, Location

TIME: 11:00 am CT

DATE: Saturday, November 28, 2020

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

Missouri-Vanderbilt football: Follow the game, TV Channel

TELEVISION: SEC Network

STREAM: WatchESPN

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Missouri-Vanderbilt football: Betting odds, predictions

As of Friday evening, Missouri is a 14-point favorite over Vanderbilt, according to VegasInsider.com. The total points (over/under) is 52.

Josh Matejka: If Missouri wins a game by two touchdowns this year, I’ll... well, hold up. This is too strange of a season to be making any promises. Regardless, I don’t see the Tigers as good enough to boat-race anybody in the SEC at this point. I think it’s likely they’ll beat Vanderbilt, but we’ll probably be looking at a 7 to 10 point game heading into the fourth quarter. I think the Tigers end up winning by 10, maybe by a score of 30-20.

Nate Edwards: I’m seeing Missouri as 15.5-point favorites which is just way too high. I know Vanderbilt is bad, but this Tiger offense isn’t that great, either. I do think the Tigers win but only by 10 or so. I’ll say it’s 24-14 and Vanderbilt keeps it just scary enough until the bitter end.

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