West Virginia is a heavy underdog in its first road game under Neal Brown, with bettors pushing the point spread to favor host Missouri by two touchdowns.
Based on those odds, one wouldn’t think the Mountaineers were the only team in the matchup to start their season on the right foot. West Virginia (1-0) scraped past FCS power James Madison for a 20-13 lead after rebounding from a 7-3 halftime deficit.
Missouri (0-1) is trying to erase the memory of a 37-31 loss at Wyoming to open the season. The Tigers committed two turnovers inside the Wyoming 5-yard line and had another returned for a touchdown in the bumbling defeat. Mizzou allowed 297 rushing yards to the Cowboys, while WVU comes into the game only having gained 34 yards on 24 carries against JMU.
For fans who didn’t make the trek to Faurot Field in Columbia, Mo., these are the best ways to catch the game.