The Tigers rolled
Illinois 37-9 in their first game without quarterback Chase Daniel. Blaine Gabbert made his first start at quarterback and threw for 319 yards on 25-of-33 passing with three touchdowns. Gabbert helped the Tigers establish a 16-3 halftime lead over the Fighting Illini, and
Missouri never looked back. Danario Alexander caught 10 passes for 132 yards for
Missouri while Derrick Washington rushed for 61 yards. The performance was also the first time
Missouri played without offensive coordinator Dave Christensen who left the Tigers to become the head coach at
Wyoming. Defensively, the Tigers forced two turnovers and had three sacks against
The Fighting Falcons of Bowling Green defeated
Troy31-14 at home last weekend in Dave Clawson’s debut as head coach. Senior quarterback Tyler Sheehan threw for 339 yards on 32-of-44 passing with two touchdowns while Freddie Barnes caught 15 passes for 157 yards. The Falcons held
Troy to just over 300 yards of offense and had two interceptions and two sacks as a unit. Adrien Spencer had a 64-yard interception return for a touchdown in the win as well.
Oddsmakers from online sports book BetOnline have made
Missouri 17.5-point home favorites over
Bowling Green on Saturday night. The over/under total for this game has been established at 57.5.
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