Chris Lee of joins me to break down the Mizzou-Vanderbilt matchup. It will be Missouri’s first trip to Nashville as a member of the Southeastern Conference and just its second overall visit to Vanderbilt. The only other time the two schools met in Nashville was a 7-7 tie in 1957. The low scoring was in part due to poor conditions, which prevented either team from completing a pass.

Last season, Vanderbilt won a closely-contested game, 19-15, in Columbia. The Commodores overcame an early deficit and withstood a late Missouri drive to claim their first SEC win of the season and the first road league win under James Franklin.