Amazingly, if the Missouri football team loses at Iowa State on Saturday, the Tigers will finish last in the division they were picked to win. After starting the season 4-1, the Tigers have lost five games in a row. That streak has ended Mizzou’s Big 12 North title hopes, and guaranteed Missouri a losing record, which means no bowl game. While the game may seem meaningless for Missouri, it could be huge for Iowa State. If Colorado beats Nebraska today, the Cyclones would need a win over Missouri tomorrow to win the Big 12 North. Saturday’s game gets underway at 12:00 in Ames.