Last year, Blaine Gabbert led the Missouri Tigers to a dominating 30-9 win over the reeling Texas A&M Aggies at Kyle Field. Although that loss forced Texas A&M to make a quarterback switch that propelled them to six straight wins and a Cotton Bowl berth, the Aggies are still looking for revenge from last season's embarrassing defeat.
The No. 16 Aggies have ripped off three straight wins, including last week's dominating 33-17 victory over Iowa State that marked the team's first away game of the season. The Aggie Express rumbled for 247 yards, including 142 yards and a touchdown from Christine Michael and 160 total yards for Cyrus Gray.
Mizzou, which opened the season ranked No. 21 with a win over Miami, has dropped three of its last four and comes into the game still sore from a 45-24 home loss against No. 6 Oklahoma State in which quarterback James Franklin's four turnovers turned into 21 points for the Cowboys.
The Aggies lead the overall series against the Tigers with a 7-4 advantage, but Missouri has emerged victorious with four wins in the last five contests.
Here are five bold predictions for No. 16 Texas A&M's Saturday morning matchup against Missouri.