Indiana vs. Missouri: Game time, live stream, TV coverage
The No. 18 Missouri Tigers look to improve to 4-0 when they host Indiana on Saturday. Missouri remained undefeated with a 38-10 rout of UCF last week, while the Hoosiers dropped to 1-1 with a 45-42 loss at Bowling Green. This is the 12th meeting between Indiana and Missouri, with the Hoosiers holding a 6-3-2 edge. The Tigers defeated Indiana 45-28 last season in Bloomington.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: 4 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: SEC Network
The Tigers are looking for their seventh 4-0 start in nine seasons with a win Saturday.
Missouri is 8-2 against Big Ten opponents under head coach Gary Pinkel.
Linebacker Kentrell Brothers had a season-high eight tackles against UCF.
Quarterback Maty Mauk has 11 touchdown passes in three games this season, matching his total in four starts and 13 appearances in 2013.
Running back Tevin Coleman rushed for 190 yards against Bowling Green, his fourth straight 100-yard game, which is tied for the longest streak in the nation.
Coleman’s streak of scoring a touchdown in 11 straight games is also the nation’s longest and is second in school history behind Anthony Thompson's 12-game streak in 1988-89.
Indiana is third in the nation in rushing offense at 345 yards per game.
Shane Wynn had 10 catches for 139 yards against Bowling Green.
Tevin Coleman is the leading rusher in FBS, averaging 218.5 yards per game. He is also the leader in all-purpose yards at 237.5 per game.