Which Missouri will Arkansas see on Saturday?

Which Missouri will Arkansas see?

The Missouri Tigers are 5-6, second to last place in the SEC, one game in front of Vanderbilt. On its face, it doesn’t look like Mizzou is much to be afraid of.

The record doesn’t tell the full story of their season or how good this team could be.

The average margin of points the Tigers loss by this season is ten points and it wouldn’t be that high if it wasn’t for the 42-point loss they suffered against Tennessee a couple weeks ago.

Other than that, the other five losses for the Tigers have been one poessision games. Of course the most notable is the 26-22 loss to the defending champs and top ranked team in the nation, Georgia.

Missouri held the lead in that game for 56 minutes until Georgia scored late in the fourth quarter.

They beat South Carolina, holding Spencer Rattler to probably his worst game of the season (who would later drop six touchdowns on Tennessee).

Trying to figure out which team will show up on Saturday makes this an interesting game and one the Razorbacks cannot underestimate.

Story originally appeared on Razorbacks Wire