NCAA Football Recap Week 7, Missouri Tigers Fall 40-14 Against Florida Gators, Saturday, October 15, 2016

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2-4, 7th in East Division October 15, 4:00 PM | Grass of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium 5-1, 1st in East Division

When: 4:00 PM ET, Saturday, October 15, 2016
Where: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Gainesville, Florida

Missouri Tigers vs. Florida Gators, BOXSCORE

Final 1 2 3 4 T
Missouri TigersMIZZ 0 0 7 7 14
florida-gatorsFLA 0 20 6 14 40
Rotation /Team /Time Opening Lines
10/15 4:00 PM
149Missouri Tigers Missouri
-13 -10
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL –  Saturday, October 15th, Missouri Tigers vs. Florida Gators.

Team / Live in game Betting at bovada-logo-top-book Spread MoneyLine Total
Missouri TigersMissouri Tigers +13 -110 +380 52 -110
florida-gatorsFlorida Gators -13 -110 -475 52 -110
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Missouri was unable to contain Lamical Perine on Saturday and the result was a 40-14 Week 7 loss against the Gators.

Florida won and also put money in the pockets of their supporters by covering the -13.0-point spread as favorites. Totals bettors, meanwhile, saw the game go OVER the closing number of 51.0.

Lamical Perine rushed for 106 yards, while Jordan Scarlett added 101 yards in the win. Tyrie Cleveland and DeAndre Goolsby added 79 and 40 receiving yards respectively.

Damarea Crockett rushed for 145 yards for Missouri, while Ish Witter added 82 yards. Marvin Zanders threw for 59 yards for the Tigers, while receivers Richaud Floyd and Jason Reese had 34 and 24 yards respectively.

Missouri lost the offensive yardage battle to Florida 523-363 yards in Saturday’s game. Florida had more first downs as that total ended up 22-16.

The time of possession battle favored Florida as their offense was on the field for 36:53, longer than the 23:07 of their opponents.

Florida looks to continue their winning ways next game with a battle against Georgia. Missouri will aim to get back on the winning track vs. Middle Tennessee.

No. 18 Florida got its starting quarterback back, but the Gators’ defense remains the story in Gainesville.

Florida returned two interceptions for touchdowns and shut down the SEC’s leading passing attack in a 40-14 homecoming victory over Missouri on Saturday at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.

The Gators didn’t let Missouri gain a first down until the second quarter, and Jalen Tabor and Quincy Wilson each returned interceptions for touchdowns in a dominating first half.

Missouri finished with only 98 yards passing, and the majority of the Tigers’ 363 total yards came after the game’s outcome had been decided.

“Obviously, it starts with our defense,” Florida coach Jim McElwain said after the game. “They did an unbelievable job shutting them down.”

Florida quarterback Luke Del Rio returned after missing two games because of a knee injury and looked rusty. Del Rio completed 18 of 38 passes for 236 yards with a touchdown and three interceptions. But it didn’t matter, not with the Gators’ dominating on defense and rushing for 287 yards.

Florida backs Lamical Perine and Jordan Scarlett each went over 100 yards rushing. Scarlett scored on a 33-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter that put Florida ahead 33-7 with 11:34 to play.

Receiver Antonio Calloway returned an onside kick attempt 44 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter for the Gators.

“That was a fun day out there in the park,” McElwain said.

The win, coupled with Tennessee’s loss to Alabama, puts the Gators (5-1, 3-1 SEC) in first place in the SEC East and in control of their destiny in the conference.

Florida spent last week trying to reschedule its game with LSU that was postponed by Hurricane Matthew. The game has been rescheduled for Nov. 18 in Baton Rouge, adding to a rugged closing stretch for the Gators, who are off next week. Four of Florida’s remaining six games are away from Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, starting with the annual showdown with Georgia in Jacksonville, Fla. on Oct 29.

Missouri quarterback Drew Lock completed only 4 of 18 passes for 39 yards with two interceptions, before being replaced by backup Marvin Zanders. Zanders led Missouri on a long fourth-quarter touchdown drive, but it was way too little, way too late.

The Tigers (2-4, 0-3) entered the game with the SEC’s top passing offense, but went three-and-out on their first six offensive possessions. They were down 13-0 before they crossed midfield, and that drive ended in disaster.

Wilson jumped in front of Lock’s attempt on an out-route, picked off the pass and raced down the sideline 78 yards for a score that put Florida up 20-0 at halftime.

The Tigers managed 92 total yards in the first half and were 0 for 8 on third down.

“We can’t make excuses,” Missouri coach Barry Odom told reporters after the loss. “We have to get better.”

Missouri’s Josh Augusta, a 355-pound defensive lineman, scored on a 1-yard touchdown run in the third quarter to cut the Gators’ lead to 20-7.

But Florida answered with Del Rio’s 20-yard touchdown pass to Tyrie Cleveland to extend the lead to 26-7 heading into the fourth quarter.

“We gave up three scores when the defense isn’t on the field,” Odom said. “That’s never a positive.”

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