Missouri Tigers vs. Texas A&M: Start Time, Live Stream, TV Info and More


The Missouri Tigers face the biggest challenge remaining before they can stake claim to the SEC East, going to Texas A&M to face the Aggies on Saturday night. If the Tigers can knock off the 7-3 Aggies, they’ll only have to defeat 4-5 Tennessee and 4-5 Arkansas to guarantee a spot in the SEC Championship Game.

Despite the fact that A&M has had a fair amount of struggles this year, losing three straight games from October 4 to 18, defeating them on their home turf will by no means be an easy task for the Tigers. Mizzou is 3-5 all time in the presence of the original “12th man” and lost 59-29 last time they visited on November 24 of 2012.

As if those numbers weren’t intimidating enough for the Tigers, they’ll have several depth issues to deal with on Saturday. Starting cornerback Aarion Penton is suspended indefinitely following a suspension for marijuana possession and will not be with the Tigers against A&M. Safety Braylon Webb is also suspended for the first half because of a targeting penalty. Top wide receiver Darius White, who has constantly been on and off the field due to injuries this year, is questionable with a groin injury.

A&M will be dealing with similar issues, as their left tackle and arguably their best player, Cedric Ogbuehi, is moving from left tackle back to his former position on the right side in order to replace Germain Ifedi, who went down with a knee injury. The Aggies will be looking to keep their momentum going with their new quarterback, Kyle Allen, who has led them to two straight victories.

Here’s some important info that you’ll need to follow along with Saturday’s game:

Where: Kyle Field, College Station, TX

When: 6:30 PM CT, November 15, 2014

TV Broadcast: SEC Network

Live Stream: WatchESPN App/ESPN3.com