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CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 10/19/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




FLORIDA (4 - 2) at MISSOURI (6 - 0)
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Week 8 Saturday, 10/19/2013 12:20 PM
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FLORIDA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-2+0.42-41-521.813.5367.8(5.3)1.713.08.7235.3(4.2)2.0
Road Games1-2-1.61-20-315.310.0351.7(5.1)
Last 3 Games2-1+12-10-320.013.7332.3(5.1)0.311.39.3258.3(4.4)1.3
Conference Games3-1+22-21-322.714.5344.7(5.1)
FLORIDA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)21.813.520.037:0446-178(3.9)16-2467.8%189(7.9)69-368(5.3)(16.8)
Opponents Defensive Avg.24.913.620.531:2939-164(4.2)18-3058.7%220(7.3)69-384(5.5)(15.5)
Offense Road Games15.310.020.336:5343-160(3.7)18-2667.1%192(7.3)69-352(5.1)(22.9)
Defense (All Games)13.08.714.022:5526-83(3.2)14-3047.0%152(5)56-235(4.2)(18.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.31.217.419.828:2537-200(5.4)16-2858.8%213(7.6)65-413(6.4)(13.2)
Defense Road Games15.011.714.323:0729-91(3.1)13-2355.9%146(6.5)52-237(4.6)(15.8)

MISSOURI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games6-0+5.25-14-245.724.5515.7(6.8)
Home Games3-0+12-11-245.720.3524.3(7.2)1.018.712.0369.7(4.9)2.3
Last 3 Games3-0+3.22-12-144.324.0464.3(7.1)0.324.310.0449.0(5.5)2.0
Turf Games5-0+34-13-246.623.8543.8(7.1)1.222.411.4410.4(5.3)2.2
Conference Games2-0+3.22-02-046.029.0449.0(6.5)
MISSOURI - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)45.724.527.330:5042-239(5.7)23-3468.0%276(8.2)75-516(6.8)(11.3)
Opponents Defensive Avg.33.517.923.631:1840-197(4.9)22-3463.4%263(7.8)74-460(6.2)(13.7)
Offense Home Games45.720.326.329:1340-256(6.4)22-3267.0%268(8.3)72-524(7.2)(11.5)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.30.516.321.828:2837-183(4.9)22-3563.5%258(7.4)72-441(6.1)(14.5)
Defense Home Games18.712.019.330:4533-122(3.6)29-4267.7%248(5.9)76-370(4.9)(19.8)
Average power rating of opponents played: FLORIDA 40.7,  MISSOURI 30.7
FLORIDA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/7/2013@ MIAMI16-21L-3L47U44-12222-33-291528-5012-25-1621
9/28/2013@ KENTUCKY24-7W-11W46.5U45-24615-18-156121-4817-26-1251
10/12/2013@ LSU6-17L8L48.5U40-11116-28-129039-1759-17-1521
10/19/2013@ MISSOURI            
11/16/2013@ S CAROLINA            

MISSOURI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
8/31/2013MURRAY ST58-14W-39W69.5O45-35828-42-336136-12323-39-1743
9/21/2013@ INDIANA45-28W-3W70O50-28032-47-343326-9829-53-3773
9/28/2013ARKANSAS ST41-19W-23L62U28-23921-30-256141-11737-47-3081
10/5/2013@ VANDERBILT51-28W-2.5W56O43-24519-28-278038-13029-41-3381
10/12/2013@ GEORGIA41-26W7W65.5O37-14222-31-233031-16425-45-2904
10/26/2013S CAROLINA            
11/9/2013@ KENTUCKY            
FLORIDA: Florida's 11-win season concluded with a thud, a 33-23 Sugar Bowl loss to 14-point underdog Louisville. For the Gators to improve, the 105th-ranked offense (334 YPG) must take a leap forward. That starts with QB Jeff Driskel (1,646 pass yds, 12 TD, 5 INT; 413 rush yds, 4 TD) finding reliable receivers in a lackluster group now coached by Joker Phillips. RB Matt Jones (275 rush yds, 5.3 YPC, 3 TD) will replace Mike Gillislee as the featured back and enjoy plenty of holes created by a burly O-Line. The stacked defense ranked fifth in the nation in both yards (287 YPG) and points (14.5 PPG), and will be fierce again. DL Dominique Easley (4 sacks) and LB Antonio Morrison (34 tackles) hold down the front seven, while CBs Loucheiz Purifoy (3 FF) and Marcus Roberson (12 PD), and S Jaylen Watkins (3 INT) lead a tough secondary.
MISSOURI: Missouri's 5-7 inaugural SEC season was riddled with injuries. QB James Franklin (1,562 pass yds, 10 TD, 7 INT) was less than 100 percent all year, and the O-line was also hit hard by injuries. But the return of RB Henry Josey (1,168 rush yds, 9 TD in 2011), who missed all of 2012 (knee), will be a huge boost to the 98th-ranked offense (356 YPG). Top WRs Marcus Lucas (509 rec. yds, 3 TD) and L'Damian Washington (443 rec. yds, 2 TD) are both capable of more. The average defense (391 YPG, 60th in FBS) will miss DT Sheldon Richardson, but DE Kony Ealy (3.5 sacks, 7 PD) is due for a breakout year. MLB Andrew Wilson (80 tackles, 4 FF) is the engine of the defense, while CB E.J. Gaines (74 tackles, 11 PD) anchors a subpar secondary.
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*Florida-Missouri Preview* ==========================


No. 3 Florida (4-2) at Missouri (6-0), 12:21 p.m. EDT

Missouri is coming off its most significant win since joining the SEC but won't have quarterback James Franklin when it seeks to knock off another ranked opponent.

Maty Mauk instead will likely make his first collegiate start for the 14th-ranked Tigers, who will try to match their best start in the past 53 seasons in Saturday's visit from No. 22 Florida.

Missouri earned three victories in its first nine SEC games - all against teams with lackluster records - before a 41-26 upset at then-No. 7 Georgia this past week. The celebration of that win, however, was marred by Franklin's right shoulder injury in the fourth quarter.

The senior, who was third in the conference in total offense, is expected to miss at least three to five weeks. That will likely keep him out for a three-game home stretch that includes a matchup with No. 11 South Carolina next weekend.

"It's a good thing it's a team sport," Franklin said. "It stinks that I went down but we still have a lot of talent. I know that we can do it."

The job of keeping the Tigers (6-0, 2-0) unbeaten will fall to the freshman Mauk, who left high school as the nation's all-time leading passer after surpassing his older brother Ben's mark. Missouri has started 7-0 only once since 1960, accomplishing the feat in 2010 after upsetting then-No. 3 Oklahoma.

"(I've told him) just to trust your preparation, that you have good people around you and to just go play," coach Gary Pinkel said. "In high school, he was the guy that played at the really high level for a lot of people and had lots of success.

"This is certainly a lot different. Quarterbacks have success for certain reasons. Some of the things that is important to them to have poise, and poise under pressure. He is going to be nervous, but he will do fine."

Mauk, who has appeared in three games this season, will face one of the nation's top-ranked defenses. Florida (4-2, 3-1) is in the top five among FBS teams with averages of 13.0 points, 235.3 yards and 152.0 passing yards allowed.

The Gators held then-No. 10 LSU nearly 29 points below its season average this past weekend but couldn't generate enough on the other side of the ball in a 17-6 road defeat. Florida also suffered another major injury when second-leading rusher Matt Jones was lost for the season because of a torn meniscus in his left knee.

"To have this setback is disheartening for all of us," coach Will Muschamp said. "We'll get the next guy up. We've recruited well at the position, so those guys will get their opportunity and they need to be ready to go in all situations."

The short-handed Gators will try to overcome Jones' absence by duplicating their performance in last season's visit from Missouri, a 14-7 win Nov. 3. Florida, ranked No. 8 at the time, got four interceptions off Franklin, including one that set up the go-ahead touchdown with 13:32 remaining.

Aside from Franklin's injury and cornerback E.J. Gaines' questionable status, the Tigers will be much healthier than in last year's meeting, especially on the offensive line. With stability on that front, Missouri is eighth in the nation with 45.7 points per game, and its 515.7-yard average ranks 12th.

The Tigers also failed to record a sack in last season's matchup but enter this game with 17, the second-highest total in the conference. Michael Sam is tied for the SEC lead with six sacks and has a conference-best 10 tackles for loss.

"Certainly, they're playing very well. Last year they had a bunch of injuries on the offensive side of the ball," Muschamp said. "They're a team that's very explosive and it catches your attention when you turn on the tape on both sides of the ball."

This marks Florida's first trip to Missouri. The first of the schools' two previous matchups took place at the 1966 Sugar Bowl, a 20-18 win for the Tigers.

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