Are we doing this? We’re doing this!
Three weeks ago was the last time Mizzou suited up for a football game. Three long weeks. Think about it this way… the last time Mizzou played a football was before the election! Whew that feels like a long time ago.
But it’s here! And it’s BEAUTIFUL!
A Tale of Two Cities. This Saturday.
— Mizzou Football (@MizzouFootball) November 17, 2020
Missouri-South Carolina football: Time, Location
TIME: 6:30 p.m. CT
DATE: Saturday, November 21, 2020
LOCATION: Williams-Brice Stadium; Columbia, SC
Missouri-South Carolina football: Follow the game, TV Channel
TELEVISION: SEC Network (alternate)
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Missouri-South Carolina football: Betting odds, predictions
As of Friday evening, Missouri is a 6.5-point favorite over South Carolina according to VegasInsider.com. The total points (over/under) is 55.
Josh Matejka: Who has 10 typing fingers and no confidence in this pick? That’s right — it’s this guy!
There are a myriad of ways I could see this game developing, and I don’t think any scenario is off the table. Maybe the least likely is a South Carolina blowout, but I still wouldn’t be shocked by anything. It all comes down to how long it takes Missouri to wake up. They’re the better team at this point, but are coming off a longer layoff than the Gamecocks. They’ve likely got more confidence as a group, though, which could help speed the recovery process.
Ultimately, I think Missouri is more likely to win than South Carolina, but I can’t see it being a fun game to watch. I especially don’t see Missouri pulling away at any point. I’d probably be more likely to push a -6 line, but it has since moved to -6.5, so I have to make a choice. I think Mizzou ends up covering… maybe? Idk, y’all, who knows anything anymore?
Nate Edwards: I find it hard to believe that either team wins by more than 3 here. Do you trust a team that hasn’t practiced in at least a week or a team that’s bad enough to kick their coach to the curb? I’ll say it’s the ugliest 28-27 win you can find, with the edge going to Missouri. But wow do I have no confidence in any read on this game at all.
Brandon Kiley: I’ve been absolutely terrible at picking Missouri games this year. I don’t think I’ve picked a single game correctly against the spread, honestly. But I’ll go ahead and take Missouri to win straight up and South Carolina to cover the spread. A 6.5-point spread just seems like a lot for a team like Missouri that still has plenty of weaknesses. I think they take care of business. But 6.5 points on the road is just too much to cover.
Missouri 31, South Carolina 26.
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