Missouri will look to improve its record to 3-1 as it travels to Jordan-Hare Stadium to face Auburn. It’s only the 4th time the 2 programs have met on the gridiron: first in 1973 (a Mizzou win) and most recently in 2013 and 2017 (both won by Auburn).

The Tigers (the ones from Columbia, that is) on Thursday released their injury report, and they’ll be missing 1 running back as Elijah Young won’t play on Saturday. That said, all signs point to Nathaniel Peat, who’s played in all 3 games this season despite suffering what Eli Drinkwitz called a “soft tissue injury” during preseason, giving it a go.

Mizzou will also be without wide receivers Chance Luper and Demariyon Houston, defensive lineman Ky Montgomery, and offensive lineman Hyrin White.

Kickoff on the Plains is set for noon ET on ESPN.