The Missouri Tigers will face the Kansas Jayhawks for the 112th time on Saturday, as the two teams renew the second oldest rivalry in college football—Minnesota and Wisconsin have played 114 times. . Both teams enter the match up with four game losing streaks. However, the Tigers have more on the line as they enter Saturday’s game: with a win this week and a win at Iowa State next week, the Tigers will be bowl eligible for the second straight season. For the Jayhawks, it’s chance to ruin it for Mizzou. KU blew a ten point lead in the fourth quarter to lose to Texas 27-23 last week. Mizzou comes into it wit ha record of 4-5 and a Big 12 mark of 2-4. KU is 3-7/1-6. The Tigers have bad memories from last year’s game in Lawrence. Mizzou entered the contest ranked 23rd in the nation, but Kansas upended MU 35-14 and held Brad Smith to just 95 yards of total offense, which was a career low. Coming into the game, Mizzou head coach Gary Pinkel has a 2-1 record against Kansas and KU head coach Mark Mangino is 1-1 in the series.