Missouri to face Texas A&M in final regular season game

Missouri will get one last chance to attain bowl eligibility, and keep alive hopes of extending its bowl season streak to eight.

The swan song for the 2012 regular season is set for this Saturday in College Station, Texas, where the Missouri Tigers (5-6 overall, 2-5 in Southeastern Conference play) will take on the high-flying 9th/10th-ranked Texas A&M Aggies (9-2, 5-2).

Missouri quarterback James Franklin is questionable for the game after suffering a concussion on an option play in the fourth quarter of Saturday's loss to Syracuse.

Kickoff between the former Big 12 conference mates at Kyle Field is set for 6:10 p.m. central Saturday, with the game being televised on ESPN2.


Texas A&M comes into Saturday's matchup riding a 4-game winning streak, which includes impressive wins at Auburn (63-21), at #15 Mississippi State (38-13) and at #1 Alabama (29-24), as the Aggies handed the Crimson Tide their only loss to date.

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