COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) Gary Pinkel says his team is prepared to face Indiana's high-powered offense.
"I think you just have to control them the best you can," the Missouri coach said. "I think you have to make sure you contain the great skill that they have. You're not going to stop them."
The 18th-ranked Tigers (3-0) host the Hoosiers (1-1) on Saturday before starting an eight-game stretch against Southeastern Conference opponents. Indiana is averaging 574 total yards and running back Tevin Coleman leads the country with 218.5 rushing yards per game.