Can Benny Snell Jr. The impressive effort has propelled him to an SEC-best rushing yards on the season. He has a favorable opportunity to feast on yet another generous SEC run defense on Saturday. Vanderbilt currently ranks No.
This conference showdown starts at p. When the two schools met last year, Kentucky earned the win If Missouri falls down early, it will probably result in a nice betting opportunity in-game.
Square bettors are hammering the Tigers. The opening line was 9.
The disappointing Tigers are against the spread ATS and are down 6. The Wildcats have gained 0.
The Tigers are looking to get back in stride after a defeat to Vanderbilt last week where Kelly Bryant completed just 13 passes on 26 attempts for yards, along with a score and a pick.
Bryant 72 rushing yards on 16 attempts also led the ground attack and was complemented by Larry Rountree III 29 yards on 12 carries, one TD.
Jonathan Nance three receptions, 34 yards and Johnathon Johnson three catches, nine yards shared the receiving duties in the defeat. Back on October 19, Georgia blanked this Kentucky team by a score of The Wildcats defense allowed the Bulldogs to run for yards on 43 rush attempts, including three rush TDs.
For Kentucky, Lynn Bowden Jr. Bowden Jr. Each of these squads sports a similar run-pass ratio on the season. The Tigers have rushed for yards per game including per game against Southeastern opponents and have 12 touchdowns on the ground this year.
The Wildcats are putting up rush yards per game in conference and have 11 total rushing TDs. The Tigers offensive scheme has averaged yards in the air overall per game against conference opposition and has 13 passing scores so far. The Wildcats have put up pass yards per contest On the defensive side of the ball, Missouri should have the upper hand in both facets.
The team has allowed rush yards and pass yards per game. The Kentucky D has allowed Bryant likely has the edge over Bowden Jr. As a team, Missouri has averaged 4. Kentucky has averaged 5. The Kentucky offense has lost seven fumbles this season while Missouri has lost four.
Over its last three contests, Missouri is ATS and the under cashed in two of those three. The under cashed in the defeat to Georgia. Over its last three matches, Kentucky is ATS and the under cashed in each of those three.
The Missouri defense has allowed three pass plays of 40 yards or more, while Kentucky has given up zero such plays. The Missouri offense has created 10 rushing plays of 20 yards or more, while Kentucky has created 18 such runs.
The Kentucky defensive unit has sacked opposing QBs 15 times this year. Missouri has recorded 13 sacks.