The No. 23 Missouri Tigers (4-0) take on a fellow SEC foe when they visit the Vanderbilt Commodores (2-3) on Saturday, September 30, 2023 at Vanderbilt Stadium.
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When is Missouri vs. Vanderbilt and when does it start?
This contest between the Tigers and Commodores will take place on Saturday, September 30, 2023. Be ready to see the kickoff at 4:00 PM ET.
Where to watch Missouri vs. Vanderbilt
The Tigers and Commodores will hit the field at Vanderbilt Stadium for this matchup on September 30, and if you’d like to catch the event live, get your tickets now from Vivid Seats!
What channel is the game on?
You can catch this game live on SECN.
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Missouri vs. Vanderbilt Game Preview
Missouri Stats & Insights
In their most recent game, the Tigers knocked off the Memphis Tigers 34-27.
Missouri ranks 43rd in total offense (431.3 yards per game) and 41st in total defense (321.5 yards allowed per game) this year.
The Tigers are compiling 281.8 passing yards per game on offense, which ranks them 30th in the FBS. Defensively, they rank 88th, allowing 239.0 passing yards per contest.
Missouri owns the 70th-ranked offense this year in terms of rushing yards (149.5 per game), and has been more effective defensively, ranking 17th-best with just 82.5 rushing yards allowed per game.
The Tigers are compiling 30.5 points per game on offense, which ranks them 60th in the FBS. On defense, they rank 50th, surrendering 20.8 points per game.
Vanderbilt Stats & Insights
The Tigers squared off against the Memphis Tigers in their most recent game, winning 34-27.
In terms of total offense, Vanderbilt ranks 76th in the FBS (385.8 total yards per game) and 90th defensively (384.2 total yards allowed per game).
With 277.2 passing yards per game on offense, the Commodores rank 35th in the FBS. Defensively, they rank 85th, surrendering 234.2 passing yards per contest.
Vanderbilt’s running game has not been getting things done, ranking 18th-worst in the FBS with 108.6 rushing yards per game. It has been more effective on defense, giving up 150.0 rushing yards per contest (89th-ranked).
The Commodores’ defense has been a bottom-25 unit in scoring defense this season, conceding 32.4 points per game, which ranks 22nd-worst in the FBS. Offensively, they rank 47th with 33.4 points per contest.
Missouri Key Players to Watch
Brady Cook has 1,073 passing yards (268.3 ypg) to lead Missouri, completing 72% of his passes and tossing seven touchdown passes this season.
The team’s top rusher, Cody Schrader, has carried the ball 65 times for 403 yards (100.8 per game), with two touchdowns this year.
This season Nathaniel Peat has taken 44 carries for 186 yards (46.5 per game) and two touchdowns, while also catching four passes for 81 yards (20.3 per game) and one touchdown.
Luther Burden III’s 504 receiving yards (126.0 yards per game) pace all receivers on the team. He’s collected 32 receptions and three touchdowns.
Mookie Collier has hauled in eight passes for 137 yards (45.7 yards per game) this year.
Theo Wease Jr.’s 14 receptions have yielded 136 yards (34.0 ypg) and two touchdowns.
Vanderbilt Key Players to Watch
AJ Swann has thrown for 1,251 yards (250.2 ypg) to lead Vanderbilt, completing 53.2% of his passes and recording 11 touchdown passes and seven interceptions this season.
Patrick Smith has carried the ball 52 times for a team-high 236 yards (47.2 per game), with two touchdowns this year.
This season Sedrick Alexander has rushed for 169 yards (33.8 per game) on 39 carries with three touchdowns.
Will Sheppard’s 345 receiving yards (69.0 yards per game) pace all receivers on the team. He’s collected 27 receptions and six touchdowns.
London Humphreys has totaled 299 receiving yards (59.8 yards per game) and three touchdowns, hauling in 12 passes this year.
Jayden McGowan’s 23 catches this season have resulted in 295 yards (59.0 ypg).