DFH “Guess the Score” Contest Results: Kentucky @ Missouri
Top 10 Winners:
1. Burt Draper
3. Chris Simpson
4. Dan Montgomery
5. Tammy Burnett
7. Greg Brown
8. Missy Richardson
9. Sam Grant
On Saturday, October 29th, at 12:00 P.M. the Kentucky Wildcats will be on the road to take on the Missouri Tigers.
“The Crowd” projects a final score of Missouri 28.1 – Kentucky 26.2 with an over/under of 54.2.
2016-17 Statistics (127 total teams):
Passing offense: Missouri 304.6 YPG > Kentucky 177.7 YPG
Rushing offense: Missouri 200.6 > Kentucky 197.0 YPG
Scoring offense: Missouri 34.9 PPG > Kentucky 26.7 PPG
Scoring defense: Missouri 29.7 PPG > Kentucky 32.3 PPG
Passing defense: Kentucky 224.1 YPG > Missouri 240.0 YPG
Rushing defense: Kentucky 202.1 YPG > Missouri 218.9 YPG
Turnover Margin Per Game: Missouri -0.7 > Kentucky -1.3
Strength of schedule:
Missouri is (2-5) with wins over Eastern Michigan and Delaware State. They were defeated by West Virginia, LSU, Georgia, Middle Tennessee, and Florida. Kentucky is (4-3) with wins over Mississippi State, New Mexico State, South Carolina, and Vanderbilt. They were defeated by Southern Miss, Florida, and Alabama.
Kentucky narrowly escaped a loss against Mississippi State with a last second field goal. Kentucky has a decent resume in terms of strength of schedule and have won their last two games. Missouri has lost three straight games and are in the midst of a tailspin. Their numbers are a bit inflated because of a 79-0 victory over Delaware State. The Tigers have been blown out in the majority of their games albeit against strong competition. The caveat with Kentucky is they are amongst the worst teams at taking care of the football. The Wildcats will be playing in a hostile environment but I think they ride the wave of momentum to a third straight victory.
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