Missouri will look to improve its record to 3-0 this Saturday when it plays UCF. The Tigers moved to 2-0 last weekend with a win over Toledo, while UCF is coming of an opening week loss to Penn State in Ireland.
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Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: Noon ET
Live Stream: The game can be streamed live here.
TV Coverage: SEC Network
This is the second all-time meeting between the two schools. The Tigers won 21-16 over the Knights in Orlando in 2012.
Sophomore Maty Mauk set a career high last week with 325 passing yards and tied the school record for touchdown passes with five.
Running back Russell Hansbrough has 210 yards and two scores in his first season as the starter.
A win would give Missouri its seventh 3-0 start in the past nine seasons.
Marcus Murphy's 49.3 yard kickoff return average leads the nation.
UCF has won four of its past six games against teams from the SEC, ACC, Big Ten or Big 12.
The opening-game loss was UCF's first since 2005.
Sophomore quarterback Justin Holman came off the bench against Penn State and threw for 204 yards and a touchdown.
The 57 rushing yards allowed to Penn State were the second-fewest UCF has ever allowed to a Power 5 school.
The Knights' last victory over an SEC team came in 2010 when they defeated Georgia 10-6.