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CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 10/13/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
MISSOURI
 
ALABAMA
+28  

-28  


72
 
10
Final
39

MISSOURI (3 - 2) at ALABAMA (6 - 0)
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Week 7 Saturday, 10/13/2018 7:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
189MISSOURI7474
190ALABAMA-28-28
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
MISSOURI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games3-2-0.12-24-039.022.2530.0(6.2)1.428.813.0392.2(5.9)1.0
Road Games1-1-0.10-22-037.525.0549.0(6.4)1.537.019.0495.5(6.5)1.0
Last 3 Games1-2-10-23-034.719.0497.0(5.8)2.039.019.3478.7(6.6)1.0
Grass Games1-1-0.10-22-037.525.0549.0(6.4)1.537.019.0495.5(6.5)1.0
Conference Games0-2-20-12-032.015.0441.5(5.3)2.540.017.0411.0(5.7)1.0
MISSOURI - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)39.022.227.831:3744-212(4.8)24-4159.2%318(7.7)85-530(6.2)(13.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.29.316.121.230:5937-146(3.9)21-3362.7%251(7.5)70-397(5.6)(13.5)
Offense Road Games37.525.027.031:1246-259(5.6)21-3954.4%289(7.3)85-549(6.4)(14.6)
Defense (All Games)28.813.017.428:2332-107(3.3)20-3459.6%285(8.3)67-392(5.9)(13.6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.29.41621.130:0136-166(4.6)21-3462.9%247(7.4)69-412(5.9)(14)
Defense Road Games37.019.020.528:4831-85(2.7)29-4565.6%410(9.1)76-495(6.5)(13.4)

ALABAMA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games6-003-35-156.039.7567.5(8.6)0.716.05.7332.2(4.9)2.2
Home Games3-001-23-052.740.0577.0(8.8)0.314.74.3357.3(5.1)1.7
Last 3 Games3-000-33-055.340.3590.3(9.7)0.022.79.0362.0(5.4)2.3
Grass Games4-002-23-155.042.2561.7(8.4)0.712.75.0330.0(4.9)2.0
Conference Games3-001-22-157.340.3559.7(8.7)0.720.311.3348.7(5.2)2.7
ALABAMA - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)56.039.725.030:1741-222(5.4)18-2572.0%345(13.8)66-567(8.6)(10.1)
Opponents Defensive Avg.32.118.320.630:0739-186(4.8)18-2961.9%234(8.2)68-420(6.2)(13.1)
Offense Home Games52.740.025.329:4439-218(5.6)19-2674.4%359(13.8)65-577(8.8)(11)
Defense (All Games)16.05.717.829:4332-134(4.2)18-3650.5%198(5.5)68-332(4.9)(20.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.28.914.221.530:4537-179(4.9)20-3360.5%254(7.7)70-433(6.2)(15)
Defense Home Games14.74.318.730:1632-168(5.2)19-3848.7%190(4.9)71-357(5.1)(24.4)
Average power rating of opponents played: MISSOURI 33,  ALABAMA 33
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
MISSOURI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/1/2018TENN-MARTIN51-14W-35.5W -44-16423-34-394029-9417-30-1831
9/8/2018WYOMING40-13W-19.5W52.5O46-20333-45-398130-8813-28-1601
9/15/2018@ PURDUE40-37W-5.5L67O46-23326-43-375116-4239-55-5721
9/22/2018GEORGIA29-43L14T68O37-17223-48-221340-18513-23-2601
10/6/2018@ S CAROLINA35-37L1L62.5O46-28617-36-204247-12820-35-2491
10/13/2018@ ALABAMA            
10/20/2018MEMPHIS            
10/27/2018KENTUCKY            
11/3/2018@ FLORIDA            
11/10/2018VANDERBILT            

ALABAMA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/1/2018*LOUISVILLE51-14W-23.5W60O42-22217-26-297126-1620-39-2522
9/8/2018ARKANSAS ST57-7W-36W62.5O44-27820-29-321131-17322-51-2181
9/15/2018@ OLE MISS62-7W-21W70.5U44-21019-28-306237-1157-22-1333
9/22/2018TEXAS A&M45-23W-23.5L58.5O28-10925-33-415028-13023-44-2632
9/29/2018LA LAFAYETTE56-14W-48L69O46-26813-16-340038-20011-20-882
10/6/2018@ ARKANSAS65-31W-34.5L58.5O41-24614-18-393031-17226-40-2333
10/13/2018MISSOURI            
10/20/2018@ TENNESSEE            
11/3/2018@ LSU            
11/10/2018MISSISSIPPI ST            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
MISSOURI: Quarterback Drew Lock returns to Columbia for his senior season, and with his entire offensive line joining him, look for more gaudy statistics (he's thrown for 8,695 yards and 17 TDs so far) from the strong-armed NFL prospect. But it is what surrounds Lock, and new offensive coordinator Derek Dooley, that will determine the Tigers' conference fate. Speedy wide receiver Emanuel Hall is a game-breaker if healthy. Then there's the defense, which is solid but with concerns at end and safety. Mizzou has a brutal three-game stretch starting in late September'it hosts Georgia, then travels to South Carolina and Alabama'but the remainder of its schedule is manageable. Their QB play alone makes the Tigers an intriguing betting option.
ALABAMA: How the West Was Won, starring Nick Saban. Bama is the choice to win the West, even if it returns just 11 total starters. Nick Saban's crew simply reloads, with yet another cache of future NFL first-round picks on both sides of the ball. At QB, the Tide will start either Jalen Hurts or Tua Tagovailoa; both have shown game-altering ability under pressure. Wideouts Jerry Jeudy and DeVonta Smith'who caught Tagovailoa's overtime strike to win the National Championship'will replace Calvin Ridley, while running back Damien Harris remains the workhorse back. There are more questions on defense, which lost Minkah Fitzpatrick, Daron Payne and Rashaan Evans to the NFL. But this is a golden era of Alabama football, and while the Crimson Tide may occasionally stumble, there's no reason to pick against them as West champions yet again.
PREVIEW
Missouri will look to keep up with high-scoring No. 1 Alabama
 

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- It has every indication of becoming a shootout, although not only in the way that most fans will expect.

When No. 1 Alabama hosts Missouri on Saturday (6 p.m., ESPN), all eyes will obviously be on the quarterbacks, and with good reason.

Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa has been insanely good thus far, and leads the nation in passer rating by a wide margin. The Crimson Tide actually averages better than a point scored for every snap he's taken.

However, Drew Lock, named All-SEC last season, has 10,182 passing yards and 82 touchdowns for his career. He's in sixth place on the league's all-time list and needs six to tie Florida's Tim Tebow (2006-09) and Chris Leak (2003-06) at 88.

He definitely has the Crimson Tide's attention.

"He's the real deal," Alabama nose tackle Quinnen Williams said." He's good.

"He can pinpoint. He can get it out there quick, fast. He knows where his looks are at. He's a veteran on that offense. He really runs that offense."

Through five games, Lock is second in the league in passing, averaging 297.4 yards per game, with 11 touchdowns and four interceptions. However, his passer efficiency rating doesn't rank in the top 10.

Part of that has to do with his receiving corps being decimated by injuries. All four of his top threats, including Nate Brown (groin), Emanuel Hall (groin) and Richaud Floyd (leg fracture), have all had setbacks.

Hall, who has 18 catches for 430 yards and three touchdowns, isn't expected to Alabama, but Brown and Floyd could return.

Meanwhile, Alabama junior cornerback Trevin Diggs is out indefinitely after suffering a fractured foot at Arkansas. The Crimson Tide will re-insert junior-college transfer Saivion Smith into his spot, with true freshman Patrick Surtain II at the other corner.

"They have a prolific offense," junior safety Deionte Thompson said. "Drew Lock is hands down one of the best quarterbacks in the nation, if not the best. The way that he can get the ball out of his hands is very fast. The way they move, they average a play every six seconds after the ball is snapped. They average the most plays in college football. It's going to be a fast-paced game."

Meanwhile, Alabama (6-0, 3-0 SEC) has been able to score faster than any team in the nation, with 15 touchdown drives in under a minute and seven in less than 30 seconds.

Missouri (3-2, 0-2) is 13th in the conference in pass defense, having yielded 284.8 yards per game, and nationally 105th in pass-efficiency defense.

"They're the best team in college football," Missouri coach Barry Odom said. "You watch and you study, you evaluate and you game plan. They don't have weaknesses. They play extremely hard, they play extremely well, and they're coached to that level. Also, they have really good players."

But the more interesting matchup may be on the ground.

Mizzou rushed for a season-high 286 yards and had three rushing touchdowns last week at South Carolina, and the previous week scored four on the ground against Georgia. The Bulldogs have yielded just five all season.

In its last two games, Alabama's defense allowed 200 rushing yards to Louisiana and 172 at Arkansas. The Crimson Tide believes it's close to posting better run-stopping numbers, and has allowed only three rushing touchdowns.

"They can run the ball, they can score it," Williams said. "I think they had four rushing touchdowns on Georgia. And I think right now, Georgia has the No. 1 defense in the SEC run stop-wise. So, we've got to really get ourselves together."

Led by senior running back Damien Harris, Alabama ran for 246 yards and four touchdowns at Arkansas last week. Going into the game, the Razorbacks were similar statistically to Missouri against the run (105.8 yards allowed vs. 102.2).

The Crimson Tide also has depth at the position with Josh Jacobs and Najee Harris regularly rotating in.

"Their runners they run like it's fourth-and-1 and the national championship is on the line every time they carry the ball," Odom said.

Alabama has scored at least 45 points against every opponent and has twice topped 60. The closest score was 45-23 against No. 22 Texas A&M.

Missouri is coming off back-to-back losses to No. 2 Georgia and at South Carolina, although both games were close. Even though the latter was played in a thunderstorm and delayed twice by lightning, the Tigers still managed to score 35 points.

Although Alabama and Missouri have played five times dating back to the 1968 Gator Bowl, and twice since the Tigers joined the SEC, this will be their first trip to Bryant-Denny Stadium.


Last Updated: 12/19/2018 11:40:18 AM EST


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