The Missouri Tigers went on a stretch of over 10 years of missing out on playing in a bowl game, before 1997. Since then, the Tigers have been a consistent presence, especially in the last 10 years. Missouri has appeared in over 25 bowl games, winning more than 10. In their history, they have played in 10 major bowl games, finding a way to win nearly half of those games. Their recent success has raised expectations among Missouri fans and not playing in a bowl game, is a huge disappointment to Tigers nation.
One of Missouri’s biggest bowl wins occurred in the 2014 Cotton Bowl Classic against Oklahoma State in front of nearly 73,000 fans. The game was memorable because the Tigers scored 24 fourth quarter points to earn the victory and win their 11th game of the season. Another big bowl victory for the Tigers happened in the 2008 Cotton Bowl Classic against Arkansas. With the victory, Missouri finished in the top 8 of the rankings and gave them their first major bowl win since their 1966 Sugar Bowl appearance.
Missouri Tigers fans are very loyal and love to travel to see their favorite team play. Whether it be the Independence Bowl in Shreveport, Louisiana or the Cotton Bowl Classic in Dallas, Texas that sits over 72,000 fans, Missouri fans will be in attendance. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Missouri Tigers Bowl Game tickets.
Missouri Tigers Recent Bowl Game History
On January 3, 2014, Missouri squared off against Oklahoma City in the Cotton Bowl Classic as both teams were trying to finish their season with 11 victories. The average ticket price was $158, a decrease from the $388 average price of the 2013 Cotton Bowl Classic between Texas A&M and Oklahoma.