Some of these college football lines are huge and Mizzou football is no different.
They're expected to win by nearly three touchdowns depending on what oddsmakers you're looking at.
The first and most important key to the game is getting QB Blaine Gabbert back on track.
In week one, he completed 70% of his passes. In week two, it was nearly 84%. He was playing like the elite quarterback he's been projected as.
In week three against San Diego State, Gabbert completed just 28 of his 51 passes. Throwing for 351 yards isn't a bad day but it wasn't exactly the most efficient day. He also threw a pair of picks.
It's clear that a so-so game by Gabbert will keep the opponent in the game.
No. 1 goal: A big day from Gabbert.