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Missouri vs. South Carolina: Game time, live stream, TV coverage

Complete info for Missouri vs. South Carolina in Week 5.

Missouri Tigers vs. South Carolina Gamecocks

Missouri travels to South Carolina on Saturday for an SEC East matchup. The Tigers (3-1) are coming off a 31-27 loss to Indiana, while the Gamecocks (3-1) struggled en route to a 48-34 win over Vanderbilt. The teams have played just four times all-time, but South Carolina has won both games since Missouri joined the SEC in 2012, including a 27-24 double-overtime win last season.

How to watch 

Details for Saturday's game are below:

Kickoff: 7 p.m. ET

Live stream: The game can be live streamed here

TV coverage: ESPN

Radio: For a list of Missouri affiliates, click here. For a list of South Carolina affiliates, click here

Season Recap

South Carolina

Week 4: South Carolina 48, Vanderbilt 34

The Commodores came as close as seven points with six minutes left in the game before South Carolina scored two touchdowns to ice the win. The win was Steve Spurrier's 202nd as an SEC coach, moving him into second place all-time behind Paul "Bear" Bryant (292). Quarterback Dylan Thompson threw three touchdown passes and ran for another score.

Week 3: South Carolina 38, Georgia 35

The win means Spurrier has now beaten Georgia more times than any other head coach. Thompson averaged nine yards per attempt and threw three touchdowns and just one interception. Running backs Mike Davis and Brandon Wilds combined for 159 yards on 31 carries. The game was delayed for nearly 90 minutes due to lightning and severe weather.

Week 2: South Carolina 33, East Carolina 23

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South Carolina had the ball for more than 10 minutes in a game-clinching drive that resulted in a field goal in the fourth quarter. The Gamecocks blocked a field goal for the first time since 2011. Davis had 101 rushing yards for his first 100-yard game of the season.

Week 1: Texas A&M 52, South Carolina 28

The Gamecocks allowed 680 total yards to the Aggies, the most in program history. Davis was held to 15 rushing yards, his lowest since becoming the starting running back. Thompson threw for a career-high 366 passing yards and four touchdowns but completed just 50 percent of his passes.


Week 4: Indiana 31, Missouri 27

The Tigers outgained Indiana 503-493. Running back Russell Hansbrough ran for 119 yards on 10 carries. Quarterback Maty Mauk completed 29 of 48 passes for 331 yards, two touchdowns and an interception.

Week 3: Missouri 38, UCF 10

Mauk had four touchdown passes among 14 completions. The Tigers forced four turnovers, all in the second half. Defensive ends Markus Golden and Shane Ray combined for 3.5 sacks and five tackles for loss.

Week 2: Missouri 49, Toledo 24

The game marked a return for Missouri coach Gary Pinkel, who was the head coach at Toledo from 1991 to 2000. Mauk tied a career high with five touchdown passes. Wide receiver Bud Sasser had 121 receiving yards on just five catches, including s 25-yard touchdown reception.

Week 1: Missouri 38, South Dakota State 18

The win was the Tigers' 13th consecutive in a season opener. Safety Duron Singleton had his first career interception. Missouri forced a turnover for the 45th straight game, the longest streak in the country.

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