Tennessee-Missouri: Live updates, score, analysis for Week 11 game (November 11, 2017)

Third Quarter

• (Missouri 31, Tennessee 17, 10:56): Missouri quarterback Lock connects with Hall from 50-yards out. The pairs second touchdown connection of the game.


• Will McBride has passed for 90 yards on 10-of-17 passing and leads the team with 25 yards rushing. McBride has carried for 36 yards on six attempts, but he has also been sacked twice for -11.

• Ty Chandler has 6 rushes for 15 yards.

• Brandon Johnson has 3 catches for 45 yards.

Second Quarter Missouri 24, Tennessee 17

• ( Missouri 24, Tennessee 17, : 18): Missouri running back scores on a 1-yard touchdown run. The Tigers went 75 yards in 57 seconds and 5 plays. A 64-yard run, which included safety Micah Abernathy taking a bad angle, set up the score.

• ( Tennessee 17, Missouri 17, 1:15): Tennessee quarterback Will McBride throws a 19-yard touchdown to Ethan Wolf. McBride’s first touchdown pass of his career.

• ( Missouri 17, Tennessee, 7:25): Missouri kicker Tucker McCann makes a 41-yard field goal. The kick finished off a 12 play, 60-yard drive for the Tigers.

First Quarter, Missouri 14, Tennessee 10

• ( Missouri 14, Tennessee 10, 1:17): Tennessee kicker Aaron Medley connects on a career-long 48-yard field goal.

• ( Missouri 14, Tennessee 7, 4:52): Missouri wide receiver Emmanuel Hall scores on a 31-yard pass from Drew Lock.

• ( Tennessee 7, Missouri 7, 7:19): Tennessee strong safety Nigel Warrior intercepts Missouri QB Drew Lock and returns the ball 70 yards for a touchdown. That’s Warrior’s first career Pick 6.

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(Missouri 7, Tennessee 0, 9:15): Missouri running back Ish Witter scores on a 7-yard run for the first score of the game. Tigers rushed for 76 yards on eight carries on that scoring drive.

• Freshman quarterback Will McBride received his first career start for the Vols.

Saturday’s Tennessee-Missouri game marks a chance for the Volunteers to move closer to bowl eligibility.

Tennessee (4-5, 0-5 SEC) is coming off a 24-10 win over Southern Mississippi, a victory that halted a four-game losing streak. Vols quarterback Jarrett Guarantano is dealing with an ankle injury and his availability will be a game-time decision. If Guarantano is unable to play, Tennessee will turn to true freshman Will McBride, who made his first collegiate appearance last week.

The Vols will likely lean on running backs John Kelly and Ty Chandler to help them control the clock and keep the prolific Missouri offense off the field. Kelly has rushed for 694 yards and 8 touchdowns this season, and Chandler has added 253 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Missouri (4-5, 1-4) has won three consecutive games, scoring 165 points in the process. Tigers quarterback Drew Lock has passed for 2,795 yards this season and is completing 60.7 percent of his passes. He has thrown 31 touchdown passes against only 9 interceptions. Ish Witter leads Mizzou in rushing this season with 504 yards.

Kickoff is 7 p.m. ET at Faurot Field in Columbia, Mo.

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Tennessee 27, Missouri 24

Tennessee’s secondary is better than many realize, and Missouri is last in the SEC in turnover margin. —  Mike Griffith

Missouri 35, Tennessee 20

Tennessee doesn’t have the offensive firepower to go on the road and get its first SEC win of the season. — Blake Morgan

Looking ahead to Week 11: The Vols play host to LSU on Saturday, Nov. 18. Kickoff time is 7 p.m. ET. The television broadcast will be on either ESPN or ESPN2.

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