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Missouri Tigers Football Ticket Information
Missouri Tiger’s football team started playing in 1890. Prior to the 2012 season, Missouri had played in the Big XII, Big 8, Big 7, and Big 6 conference. On July 1 2012 the Missouri Tigers were accepted into Southeastern Conference and currently play in the Eastern Division. The Missouri Tigers or sometimes referred to as “Mizzou” have a successful football history playing in 30 Bowl games, winning 15 Conference titles and having two unclaimed National Championships. Faurot Field, home of the Tigers, is named for one of the Tigers successful coaches, Don Faurot. Faurot, a former Tiger’s football and basketball player returned to his alumni to become the head football coach from 1935-1942 then again from 1946 to 1956 putting up a record of 101-79-10. Mizzou’s current Head Coach Gary Pinkel has been with the program since 2001 and compiled a 102-63 record. Missouri Football is responsible for many players in the NFL including Pro Football Hall of Fame members Kellen Winslow and Roger Wehrli.
Missouri Tigers 2016 Football Preview
The Missouri Tigers 2015 football season was a trying one to say the least. They dealt with adversity on and off the field leaving a disappointing 5-7 record and 1-7 SEC record in 2015. Head coach Gary Pinkel resigned and defensive coordinator Barry Odom was promoted to head coach. The one defining moment for the Tigers was a 20-16 win over BYU after a four game losing streak, merely a day after receiving Pinkel’s resignation and following a week of protests on Mizzou’s campus. The quarterback position and offense will need rebuilding in 2016, but the Missouri defense should be strong again with several returning juniors. Missouri did not finish as strong as they hoped, ranking 13th in the SEC by ESPN and 247sports.com on recruiting day. The Tigers had 19 commits, but were the only SEC school without any ESPN 300 recruits. The quarterback position is still questionable but No. 2 Junior College running back Natereace Strong and Alabama transfer receiver Chris Black could play key roles in the upcoming season. Hopefully, new head coach Barry Odom can turn things around for the Tigers in 2016.
Mark your calendars for the upcoming Black & Gold spring football game on Saturday, April 16th to display their new talent. Then, kicking the Tiger's 2016 season, they will travel to face the West Virginia Mountaineers at Mountaineer Field September 3rd. The Tigers host the Eastern Michigan Eagles, Georgia Bulldogs, Delaware State Hornets, Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders, Kentucky Wildcats, Vanderbilt Commodores, and Arkansas Razorbacks at Faurot Field in Columbia this season. On the road, Missouri will travel to Baton Rouge to face the LSU Tigers, Gainesville to play the Florida Gators, Columbia to face the South Carolina GameCocks, and Knoxville to play the Tennessee Volunteers. The 2016 schedule includes some intriguing match ups and it will be interesting to see if Missouri can redeem themselves in the SEC East this season.
Missouri Tigers Football— Faurot Field
Address: 600 East Stadium Boulevard Columbia, Missouri 65201
Field: Artificial, Field Turf
Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium opened for the first time in 1926 with a seating capacity of 25,000. Today, it holds over 67,000; however, with the current expansion project it will increase to 77,000 for the upcoming 2014 season. The stadium is known as “The Zou” and traditionally all Missouri faithful wear Gold in support of their Tigers with the exception of the season finale when a black out is in effect.
Missouri Tigers past rivals included the Kansas Jayhawks, Iowa State Cyclones, Nebraska Cornhuskers, Oklahoma Sooners and Texas A&M Aggies. Missouri’s decision to leave the Big XII Conference following the 2011 season meant most rivalry games against former Big XII members will be few and far between.
With a 5-hour drive between these two, the Arkansas Razorbacks and Missouri Tigers football games have started their own rival. Both the Tigers and Razorbacks have met the last two years in the last week of the regular season, being the Saturday after Thanksgiving. The newly aligned series is currently tied 1-1.