Arkansas-Missouri live stream (11/26): How to watch online, TV, time -

Raised in the small Arkansas town of Alma, Missouri coach Eli Drinkwitz will come full circle Friday, Nov. 26 when his Tigers visit No. 25 Arkansas in the final game of the regular season. The game will be live streamed on fuboTV.

The Razorbacks (7-4, 3-4 SEC) boast a Missouri flavor. Arkansas defensive coordinator Barry Odom is the coach Drinkwitz replaced two years ago. There are several former Tigers coaches who are now part of the Arkansas staff, and two former players are playing prominent roles for the Razorbacks in Tre Williams and Markell Utsey.

On the other side, two former Fayetteville High School standouts are seniors for Missouri (6-5, 3-4) in wide receiver Barrett Banister and defensive lineman Akial Byers.

Missouri is coming off a 24-23 overtime win against Florida that led to the Gators firing coach Dan Mullen. The Tigers, who have won five straight games against the Razorbacks, boast the SEC’s top rusher in Tyler Badie. He leads the SEC with 1,385 yards rushing and has scored 17 touchdowns for the Tigers. He ran for 146 yards against Florida.

The Razorbacks are coming off a 42-35 loss to Alabama. Arkansas scored a late touchdown to pull within seven, but could not cover an onside kick at the end.

Arkansas quarterback KJ Jefferson got his first career start last season at Missouri and played exceptionally well, leading the team to a late score with under a minute left that gave the Razorbacks the lead. But the Tigers surged back to win 50-48 on a Harrison Mevis field goal as time expired.

When is the Arkansas-Missouri game?

The game between the Arkansas and Missouri is set for 2:30 p.m. (3:30 p.m. ET) on Friday, Nov. 26.

Will it be live streamed?

The game will be live streamed on fuboTV, which offers a 7-day free trial. The most basic of plans is the “fubo standard” package, which comprises 100-plus channels for $64.99 per month. Like all cord-cutting alternatives, there are plenty of options, especially for sports.

What TV channel will broadcast the game?

The Arkansas-Missouri game will be broadcast on CBS.


BURKS’ NUMBERS: Arkansas junior receiver Treylon Burks dominated against Alabama last week.

In the 42-35 loss, he caught eight passes for 179 yards and two touchdowns, helping him move up the school’s career charts. He has 59 catches for 975 yards and 10 touchdowns this season.

Burks took a hard shot at the end of the Alabama game on the attempted onside kick, but coach Sam Pittman said he expected Burks to be ready to go Friday.

TIGERS TOUGH AGAINST THE RUN: Missouri has held its last two opponents to under 100 yards rushing, and the Tigers have been opportunistic in capitalizing on turnovers. Against South Carolina, Missouri turned three Gamecocks turnovers into 21 points in a 31-28 win.

“They are moving more upfront over the last couple of weeks,” Pittman said. “They bring a lot of edge pressure depending on your formation. They’ve always played hard, to me it’s just about the movement.”

TROPHY COLLECTION: Arkansas is 2-0 in trophy games this season, with wins in the Southwest Classic against Texas A&M, and bringing The Boot back to the state after knocking off LSU. This week’s game is dubbed the Battle Line Rivalry with another big trophy going to the winner. Missouri has owned the trophy the past five seasons.

TRICKY BAUER: Arkansas punter Reid Bauer pulled off one of the best special teams plays of the year last week against Alabama with a jump pass out of field goal formation for a touchdown pass to tight end Blake Kern.

The play almost never materialized.

“When we put it in, he could not hit the broad side of a barn,” Pittman said. “But I’ll give (special teams coordinator Scott) Fountain and Bauer credit. They kept asking me if it’s there could they run it, but I told them we ain’t going to run it if you can’t throw it.”

Pittman’s gamble worked, as Kern hauled in Bauer’s pass and rumbled 32 yards for the score with 11:24 left that pulled the Razorbacks within 34-28.

TESTING FRIENDSHIPS: Drinkwitz said he anticipates he will have some friendly faces in the crowd Friday with his ties to the area, but admitted those feelings could change once the game starts.

“I don’t know who will be rooting for us or rooting against us, but there will be a lot of people there that I consider to be friends, or considered friends prior to kickoff,” he said.

Drinkwitz was unsure if Vines will attend on Friday.

“If he wants to be on the sideline, I might let him call plays,” Drinkwitz joked.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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