Missouri vs South Carolina Prediction, Odds & Best Prop Bets – NCAAF, Week 9

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The Missouri Tigers (4-4) visit Williams-Brice Stadium to take on the South Carolina Gamecocks (5-3) on Oct. 29. Kickoff is scheduled for 1:00pm EDT in Columbia.

are betting favorites in Week 9, with the spread sitting at ().

The Over/Under for Missouri vs. South Carolina is total points.

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Missouri vs. South Carolina Odds, Spread, Over/Under for Week 9

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Missouri vs South Carolina Prediction for Week 9

Based on recent trends, the winning team model predicts South Carolina will win this game with 56.4% confidence.

Missouri vs South Carolina Spread Prediction for Week 9

Based on recent against-the-spread trends, the model predicts South Carolina will cover the spread with 61.5% confidence.

Both predictions factor in up-to-date player injuries for both Missouri and South Carolina, plus offensive & defensive matchups, recent games and key player performances this season.


Best Missouri Player Prop Bets Today

We’ve highlighted some favorite college football player prop bets for Missouri players for Week 9, looking at profitable historical betting trends:

  • player high – away 

Best South Carolina Player Prop Best Bets Today

Top NCAAF player prop bets for South Carolina players for Week 9, looking at profitable historical betting trends:

  • player  high – home
  • team high – away
  • team high – home

Missouri Against the Spread (ATS) Record

Missouri has gone against the spread this college football season ( Units / ROI).

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  • Missouri is when betting the Under for Units / ROI

South Carolina Against the Spread (ATS) Record

South Carolina has gone against the spread this college football season ( Units / ROI).

  • South Carolina is when betting on the Moneyline for Units / ROI
  • South Carolina is when betting the Over for Units / ROI
  • South Carolina is when betting the Under for Units / ROI

Missouri: Keys to the Game vs. South Carolina

Missouri is 2-6 (.200) when converting less than 50% of third down conversion opportunities — 13th-worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .358

Missouri is 2-10 (.143) when converting less than 50% of third down conversion opportunities since the 2020 season– 6th-worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .361

Missouri is 2-10 (.167) when the opposing team rushes more than 30 times — tied for 8th-worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .416

Missouri is 2-9 (.182) when allowing 7 or more explosive plays — tied for 11th-worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .413

South Carolina: Keys to the Game vs. Missouri

South Carolina is 2-7 (.222) when allowing an average of more than 5 yards on first down plays — tied for 12th-worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .431

South Carolina is 4-12 (.200) when converting less than 50% of third down conversion opportunities since the 2020 season– tied for 9th-worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .361

South Carolina is 8-2 (.800) when in a one score game since the 2020 season– 4th-best in FBS; Average: .493

Matchup Notes for Missouri vs. South Carolina

South Carolina’s TEs has 29 receptions in 7 games (4.1 per game) this season — second-best among SEC TEs. Vanderbilt’s defense has allowed 21.8 receptions per game this season — third-worst among SEC defenses.

South Carolina have just 221.7 receiving yards per game this season — fourth-worst among SEC skill players. Vanderbilt’s defense has allowed 315.3 receiving yards per game this season — second-worst among SEC defenses.

South Carolina have just 221.7 receiving yards per game this season — fourth-worst among SEC skill players. Vanderbilt’s defense has allowed 315.3 receiving yards per game this season — third-worst among FBS defenses.

Missouri’s WRs has gained 3,575 yards on 298 receptions (just 12.0 YPR) since the 2021 season — third-worst among SEC WRs. Kentucky’s defense has allowed just 10.7 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — third-best among SEC defenses.

Missouri has gained 4,531 yards on 431 receptions (just 10.5 YPR) since the 2021 season — tied for fourth-worst among Power 5 skill players. Kentucky’s defense has allowed just 10.7 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — third-best among SEC defenses.

Missouri’s WRs has gained 1,267 yards on 103 receptions (just 12.3 YPR) this season — fourth-worst among SEC WRs. Kentucky’s defense has allowed just 11.0 Yards Per Reception this season — fifth-best among SEC defenses.

Missouri Offensive Stats & Trends

Missouri’s WRs has gained 3,575 yards on 298 receptions (just 12.0 YPR) since the 2021 season — third-worst among SEC WRs. Kentucky’s defense has allowed just 10.7 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — third-best among SEC defenses.

Missouri has gained 4,531 yards on 431 receptions (just 10.5 YPR) since the 2021 season — tied for fourth-worst among Power 5 skill players. Kentucky’s defense has allowed just 10.7 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — third-best among SEC defenses.

Missouri WRs have averaged a touchdown every 38.5 receptions (77 Rec/2 TDs) this season– 2nd worst Receptions Per TD among Power 5 Teams; Average: 10.5

Missouri’s WRs has gained 1,267 yards on 103 receptions (just 12.3 YPR) this season — fourth-worst among SEC WRs. Kentucky’s defense has allowed just 11.0 Yards Per Reception this season — fifth-best among SEC defenses.

Missouri has gained 4,531 yards on 431 receptions (just 10.5 YPR) since the 2021 season — second-worst among SEC skill players. Kentucky’s defense has allowed just 10.7 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — third-best among SEC defenses.

South Carolina Offensive Stats & Trends

South Carolina’s TEs has 29 receptions in 7 games (4.1 per game) this season — second-best among SEC TEs. Vanderbilt’s defense has allowed 21.8 receptions per game this season — third-worst among SEC defenses.

South Carolina Skill Players have fumbled 4 times in the 4th quarter this season– tied for most among FBS Teams

South Carolina Skill Players have fumbled 4 times in the 4th quarter this season– tied for most among Power 5 Teams

South Carolina have just 221.7 receiving yards per game this season — fourth-worst among SEC skill players. Vanderbilt’s defense has allowed 315.3 receiving yards per game this season — second-worst among SEC defenses.

South Carolina have just 221.7 receiving yards per game this season — fourth-worst among SEC skill players. Vanderbilt’s defense has allowed 315.3 receiving yards per game this season — third-worst among FBS defenses.

Missouri Tigers Defensive Stats & Trends

Missouri has allowed opponents to rush for 20+ yards on 12 of their 160 carries (7%) this season– 2nd worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: 3%

Missouri has allowed opponents to rush for 20+ yards on 12 of their 160 carries (7%) this season– 2nd worst in FBS; Average: 3%

Missouri has allowed first downs on 53% of pass attempts in close and late situations this season– worst in FBS; Average: 30%

Missouri has allowed a passer rating of 176.0 in close and late situations (74.0 Pass Attempts) since last season– 3rd worst in FBS; Average: 125.5

Missouri has no interceptions and 15 TD passes allowed in the Red Zone since last season– tied for worst in FBS; Average: 9.3

South Carolina Gamecocks Defensive Stats & Trends

South Carolina has allowed a passer rating of just 60.9 in close and late situations (79.0 Pass Attempts) since last season– best among Power 5 Teams; Average: 125.3

South Carolina has allowed a Completion Pct of just 29% (6 completions/21 attempts) on 3rd and long this season– best in FBS; Average: 54%

South Carolina has allowed a Completion Pct of just 38% (30 completions/79 attempts) in close and late situations since last season– best in FBS; Average: 58%

South Carolina has allowed a Completion Pct of just 38% (30 completions/79 attempts) in close and late situations since last season– best among Power 5 Teams; Average: 58%

South Carolina has allowed a passer rating of just 60.9 in close and late situations (79.0 Pass Attempts) since last season– best in FBS; Average: 125.5


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