Missouri Tigers vs. Florida Gators: Start Time, Live Stream, TV Info and More


The Missouri Tigers head to Gainesville, Florida on Saturday evening and try to get their season back on track after losing 34-0 to the Georgia Bulldogs in front of an embarrassed home crowd last weekend. The 3-2 Gators have been up and down this year and seem beatable, especially considering their questionable quarterback situation, but obviously the Tigers have learned that they can’t take anything for granted following both a mortifying non-conference loss to Indiana and the atrocity that occurred against Georgia last week.

The Tigers are 2-1 all-time against the Gators. In their first meeting, the 1966 Sugar Bowl, Mizzou defeated Florida 20-18. After suffering a 14-7 loss to the Gators in their inaugural season in the SEC in 2012, the Tigers hosted Florida last year and defeated them 36-17 in a thrilling victory that happened to be quarterback Maty Mauk‘s first collegiate start.

Both teams will have their fair share of injury concerns heading into the game. Mizzou may once again be without their top receiver, Darius White, as he continues to recover from a hamstring injury, and they’ll definitely be without running back Morgan Steward, who was expected to be a key offensive contributor but has missed the entire season to this point with a hip ailment.

Florida has already lost five players to season-ending injuries and could also be without wide receiver Latroy Pittman and defensive back Vernon Hargreaves III on Saturday. On the bright side, the Gators will get back freshman quarterback Treon Harris, who is coming off a suspension for a sexual assault investigation from which the complaint was recently withdrawn. Harris is expected to quickly steal the starting job from Jeff Driskel, who has had a rather brutal season to this point.

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Where: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Gainesville, FL

When: 6:00 PM CT, October 18, 2014

TV Broadcast: ESPN2

Live Stream: WatchESPN App/ESPN3.com