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How to Watch Arkansas vs Missouri: TV & Streaming Info, Weather, Spread, Notes

Let's all get set to watch Arkansas' home finale (sobbing).

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Kickoff Time

1:30 pm CST (Friday 11/27)


Channel: CBS

Announcers: Carter Blackburn Play-by-play, Aaron Taylor Color, Jenny Dell Sidelines

Livestreaming: & The CBS Sports App (no notes of blackout at this time)


The absolute best in the business. Chuck Barrett and Keith Jackson will call the game.

Here's the list of affiliates. (you can also stream the call from that link on standard or mobile)

On satellite radio, the game will be on Sirius 93 and XM 190.

Hype Video

Also, if you haven’t seen it yet, watch this SportsCenter story on Razorback FR LB Dre Greenlaw.


Arkansas is currently listed at (-14) with an O/U (46).  Remember this is Missouri’s last regular season game with Gary Pinkel as their head coach after announcing he’s stepping down with a cancer diagnosis.  With a 5-6 record they’re also fighting for a bowl berth so the Tigers have a lot to play for this week.  Look at the Tiger’s side of the number and with the Hogs defensive woes the over looks like the play here as well.



Not pretty.  High of 51, Low of 35 on Friday with a 100% chance of rain during the game.

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As I mentioned earlier, the Tigers have quite a bit to play for with this being Gary Pinkel’s last game as Head Coach at Missouri if they can't win and secure bowl eligibility.  Arkansas had better be prepared. On the defensive side of the ball, the Hogs must make some adjustments from last week’s "whatever" in order to keep from being the home team watching the visitors carry their coach off the field on Senior Day.  It should help that Missouri is incompetent on offense, failing to reach double digit points in five games this season.

In addition to any coach being carried off the field (God bless our players if they attempt a BERT carry), the winner of this game will be carrying a new trophy off the field as well. The Battle Line Trophy was unveiled this week and guess what?  It’s in the shape of states! It's like the boot but with Missouri instead of Louisiana, and instead of a big sheet of 24K gold, it's silver and hollow. Which seems completely appropriate, if you think about it. [Note from Doc: I mentioned this in the comment section on that trophy post, but we all really missed the boat on failing to come up with the Huck Finn's Raft trophy. It could have been great.]

Final note:  I don’t expect anything less after the last few weeks, but when Brandon Allen is announced on Senior Day pregame every fan in red better get really really loud for that young man and the guts he’s left on the field for this team, especially this season.  He’s more than earned it.

Players to watch: WR #2 Nate Brown, DE #91 Charles Harris