The Missouri Tigers football program takes its name from a citizen brigade formed during the Civil War to protect the citizens of Columbia, Missouri Tigers from roving bands of plunderers. Missouri football takes this legacy seriously. One of only 39 teams in all college football to win more than 500 games, winning 15 conference championships, fielding 32 All-Americans and 12 members of the College Football Hall of Fame, the Tigers are one of most storied, yet underestimated, football programs in the country. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Missouri Tigers football tickets.
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2017 Mizzou Season Preview
The Missouri Tigers ended their disappointing 2015 season with 5 wins and 7 losses. Even though the Tigers did not qualify for a bowl game, head coach Barry Odom will take a run towards a bowl game in 2016. Coming into the 2016 season, Missouri’s offensive coaching has been newly taken over by Josh Heupel, under his coaching Drew Lock will be returning as quarterback for the second year; with more experience and with new coaching he will be ready take the Tigers into a winning season. The Missouri Tigers have the potential to play an impressive defensive game with defensive end Charles Harris, senior linebacker Michael Scherer and cornerback Aarion Penton. For the Tigers, it will be crucial to patch the offensive line to gain some headway against opponents and earn some wins. Top games on the 2016 Missouri Tigers schedule are at home against Georgia and Arkansas, and on the road against Tennessee and Florida. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Tigers at home games or supporting Missouri on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Missouri Tigers’ tickets, including home and away games.
Mizzou Tigers Football at Faurot Field Address: 500 East Stadium Boulevard Columbia, Missouri, 65211
The Missouri Tigers play their home games at Faurot Field, also known as Memorial Stadium or the Zou in Columbia, Missouri. The stadium can hold more than 70,000 spectators. Its most well recognized feature is the white “M” made of stones behind the endzones. Visiting schools have traditionally tried to change the letter to an “N” for Nebraska or a “K” for Kansas. A Mizzou Tigers home game this season will be an unforgettable experience. The Missouri Tigers home bench is on the Faurot Field sideline with sections AA-TT. Faurot Field parking information is covered in our Tigers event guide.
Missouri vs. Kansas
The rivalry game between the Jayhawks and Tigers is known as the Border War, and thus it’s played in Kansas City, which is carved in half at the Kansas and Missouri state line. Both of these schools and their fans can’t stand losing against the other, and for a while they won’t have the opportunity as Mizzou bolted for the SEC.
Missouri in the College Football Championship, Bowl Games, and SEC Championship
After 15 years in the Big 12 the Tigers made the move to the powerhouse SEC in 2012 and are already making noise. With over 30 bowl game appearances and 15 conference titles the Missouri Tigers certainly have the pedigree to compete in the SEC. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the SEC Championship Game.
2015 Missouri Football Preview
Missouri proved that they are an SEC West power last season, winning their 2nd straight division title. The Tigers come into 2015 with expectations of a 3rd straight division crown. Missouri will rely heavily on junior Maty Mauk who is now one of the most experiences quarterbacks in the SEC. Mauk will be surrounded by a senior cast, including running back Russell Hansbrough who could be the best back in the SEC West. The biggest question mark for the 2015 Missouri Tigers will be on the defensive line. Missouri has benefited from outstanding defensive line play over the last two seasons, but will have to rely on multiple underclassman in 2015. If they can fill in the holes, Missouri should be in the hunt for yet another SEC West title. Top games on the 2015 Missouri Tigers schedule are at home against South Carolina, Florida, and Tennessee.
2014 Missouri Football Preview
There might not have been a bigger surprise or success story in 2013 than the Missouri Tigers. Gary Pinkel and company quieted any critics that they may have had in the SEC, as the team stormed through their conference schedule, finishing 3 points away from going undefeated in the regular season. A win over Oklahoma State in the Cotton Bowl cemented the Tigers as one of top programs in the country for the season. The offseason saw a number of talented players exit Columbia for the NFL draft, including James Franklin, Michael Sam, Justin Britt, and Kony Ealy. However, the 2014 Tigers roster will not be without talent. Maty Mauk will finally get his shot to be an every down starter and will have a trio of senior receivers to dish the ball to. Much of Missouri’s success last season was due to their fantastic defensive line. Expect that high level of play to continue with seniors Markus Golden, Vincent Lucas, and Matt Hoch headlining a very talented squad. Key games of the season for Missouri will be at South Carolina, Georgia, and at Texas A&M.
2013 Missouri Football Preview
Missouri learned the hard way that the SEC is not the same as any other college football conference. After consistently winning eight games or more for the last several years, the Tigers win total dropped to five in 2012 with only two conference wins in their rookie season in the SEC. With Gary Pinkel entering his 13th season as the head coach, the Tigers are hopeful that year two will go more smoothly. James Franklin returns for his last season as the quarterback of the Tigers. Like most of the Tigers, Franklin had a disappointing 2012, but it was only two years ago that the dual-threat QB totaled 36 touchdowns. Missouri has a group of very talented and tall receivers for Franklin to throw to and the group is led by senior Marcus Lucas and sophomore Dorial Green-Beckham. The Tigers second season in the SEC will be highlighted with home games against Florida, South Carolina, and Texas A&M.
2011 Missouri Football Preview
Mizzou had a different offseason than any other BCS school. When head coach Gary Pinkel put his team on a bus in May, it wasn’t to practice—it was to help to victims of the Joplin tornado tragedy. What they lost in conditioning time, however, the Missouri Tigers gained in camaraderie. Even with a veteran team like this, that might be just as important and weights and wind sprints.
Unfortunately for Pinkel, the superstar position is one of the few that is in need of a refresh. Blane Gabbert is now playing Sundays for Jacksonville, so the quarterback entering the season will be sophomore James Franklin. He has the most experience out of the very green QB crop, although two of the competitors, freshman Corbin Berkstresser and sophomore Ashton Glaser, were both All-State and look to challenge Franklin in spring camp. Whoever is under center, a healthy run game will help him ease into the routine better—and that’s where juniors De'Vion Moore and Kendial Lawrence come in. The team rushed for an average of 194 rushing yards the last half of 2010, so it will look to at least start the year running more than passing, even if all the receiving corps is back from last season.
Defensively, the Tigers led the Big-12 and ranked sixth nationally in scoring defense. Luckily for them, the core of the unit will return and look to again dominate. On the front line, senior Dominique Hamilton will look to improve the team numbers after a season cut short by an ankle injury. Injuries also rattled the linbacking corps, which gave the newbies a chance to gain experience. The leader will still be Zaviar Gooden, who was rewarded with an 2010 honorable mention All-Big 12 selection after leading the team in tackles.
2010 Missouri Football Preview
Missouri endured a difficult three-game losing streak in the middle of the season last year but was able to finish with an 8-5 record and an appearance in the Texas Bowl. The Tigers have the potential to eclipse that mark this year and contend for the Big 12 North title.
The offense will be lead by junior quarterback Blaine Gabbert, who had an impressive sophomore campaign by throwing for 24 touchdowns with only nine interceptions. The loss of a good chunk of wide receivers will be a challenge for Gabbert - the Tigers return only Wes Kemp from last year's starting lineup.
Defensive coordinator Dave Steckel has an impressive front seven, anchored by sophomore defensive end Aldon Smith, who racked up a school-record 11.5 sacks as freshman. The Tigers have a wealth of talent at linebacker as well. Junior Will Ebner and senior Andrew Gachkar both bring a significant amount of experience with them, and should be solid up the middle.
Missouri has a fairly easy non-conference schedule with games against McNeese State and San Diego State, plus they do not have to play Big 12 powerhouse Texas. If the Tigers can survive an October 30 date at Nebraska, it would not be too much of a stretch to pencil them in for the conference championship game.