September 8, 2012; Columbia, MO, USA; Georgia Bulldogs wide receiver Marlon Brown (15) is brought down by Missouri Tigers linebacker Zaviar Gooden (25) during the second quarter at Faurot Field. Mandatory Credit: Dak Dillon-USA TODAY Sports

Missouri Georgia: Game Information


Your nationally ranked Missouri Tigers will go on the road this afternoon to face a very tough Georgia squad. The Bulldogs are ranked seventh in the nation and boast a 4-1 record overall. Missouri does have a better record at 5-0, but has not played as tough a schedule as Georgia. This will be the Tigers first game against a ranked opponent, while Georgia will be facing its fourth ranked foe.

The game promises to be entertaining; a battle between Mizzou’s high powered offense and Georgia’s tough as nails defense. This game is a huge challenge for Missouri, because of the tough opponent and environment. Look for the Dawgs to come out firing behind a crazy home crowd at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Georgia.

One thing that is working in Mizzou’s favor is the injury report. Per USA Today, the Tigers have just one person on the injury report while Georgia’s report is filled. UGA’s best running back Todd Gurley is listed as doubtful because of a bad ankle, and safety Trey Matthews is also doubtful with a hamstring issue. Without Gurley, the UGA offense has a lot less punch in the running game. This is an important story to follow as game time approaches later today. Here is some more information about the game tomorrow.

Game Vitals

Time: 11 A.M Central Time
Location: Sanford Stadium- Athens, Georgia
TV: ESPN, Commenators- Dave Pasch, Brian Griese and Tom Luginbill.
Radio: Tiger Radio Network
Spread: Georgia (-8)
Teams: Missouri Tigers, Georgia Bulldogs

Missouri

5-0 on the season
Wins against Vanderbilt, Toledo, Murray State, Indiana and Arkansas State

Statistical Leaders
Rushing: Hansbrough- 379 yards, three TDs
Passing: Franklin- 1407 yards, 13 TDs
Receiving: Green-Beckham- 364 yards, four TDs

Georgia

4-1 on the season
Wins against South Carolina, North Texas, LSU and Tennessee
Losses against Clemson

Statistical Leaders
Rushing: Gurley- 450 yards, four TDs (doubtful for game Saturday)
Passing: Murray- 1534 yards, 14 TDs
Receiving: Conley- 318 yards, 3 TDs

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