Missouri is bowl eligible for the fifth straight year, despite not having played in a bowl game since the 2018 Liberty Bowl, when they lost to Oklahoma State. They also have not won a bowl game since the 2014 Citrus Bowl (played on New Year’s Day 2015) when Maty Mauk ran all over Minnesota and the Tigers won 33-17.
Last season Missouri had too many positive COVID tests to play in their Bowl game against Iowa, and two years ago Missouri forfeited a chance to play in a Bowl game after firing Barry Odom. So welcome back to BOWLSZN even though the Tigers technically never left.
⌚— Mizzou Football (@MizzouFootball) December 17, 2021
Missouri-Army football: Time, Location
TIME: 7:00 p.m. CT // 19:00 Hours
DATE: Wednesday, December 22, 2021
LOCATION: Amon G Carter Stadium; Fort Worth, TX.
Missouri-Army football: Follow the game, TV Channel
Play by Play: Tiffany Green, Jay Walker, Kris Budden
RADIO: Tiger Radio Network 1580 AM | 105.1 FM | XM 192
TWITTER: @MizzouFootball, @ArmyWP_Football, @ArmedForcesBowl
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Missouri-Army football: Betting odds,
As of Friday evening, Missouri is a 3.5-point Underdog to Army, according to DraftKing’s Sportsbook. The total points (over/under) is 57.
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