Tigers to face Aggies for Blackout Game and Senior Night COLUMBIA, Mo. – The Mizzou Football team (10-1, 6-1) wraps up the home portion of its 2013 season Saturday night when it faces Texas A&M (8-3, 4-3) at Faurot Field/Memorial Stadium. Set for a 6:45 p.m. kickoff on ESPN, the game is Mizzou’s annual Blackout
Month: November 2013
Saturday, November 30 is the final regular season game for the Mizzou Tiger Football Team. It’s also the last time the seniors will play in The ZOU. Help the Tigers protect The ZOU and wear black for the annual Blackout game. This isn’t the first time Mizzou will pair the Nike elite black jerseys with
In honor of Senior Night in The ZOU this Saturday, here’s a #ThrowbackThursday look at the 2013 Mizzou Football Senior Class. Each player’s freshman photo is shown as he introduces himself, his position, and his hometown. The Mizzou Tigers take on the Texas A&M Aggies at 6:45pm on ESPN in the annual Blackout Game. Mizzou
#99 C.J. Mosley – Detroit Lions Defensive Tackle – Thursday, 11:30, FOX #96 Ziggy Hood – Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive End – Thursday, 7:30, NBC #11 Blaine Gabbert – Jacksonville Jaguars Quarterback – Sunday, 12:00, CBS #48 Beau Brinkley – Tennessee Titans Long Snapper – Sunday, 3:05, CBS #50 Zaviar Gooden – Tennessee Titans Linebacker – Sunday,
Mizzou’s road trip to face Ole Miss this past week was full of big hits. The Missouri Tiger defense was extremely stingy against the Rebels as they allowed only three points in as many red zone trips. Mizzou jumped out to a 17-3 halftime lead on a ranked opponent on the road. These big hits
This Special Teams Play of the Week went to the man who earned the SEC Special Teams Player of the Week award, thanks in most part to this play. On a fourth down, Coach Gary Pinkel had seen something in the punt return that caught his eye and led him to call a gutsy fake.
There was a host of Mizzou football players in the house for a memorable edition of Tiger Talk this past Monday night. Shane Ray, Randy Ponder, Brayden Burnett and Max Copeland were all a part of the festivities with Head Coach Gary Pinkel. The Voice of the Tigers Mike Kelly started off by talking about
Tiger left guard one of three finalists nationally for national top walk-on award SPRINGDALE, Ark. – Mizzou Football senior offensive lineman Max Copeland (Billings, Mont.) has been named one of three finalists for the Burlsworth Trophy, awarded annually to honor the nation’s top collegiate football player who began his career as a walk-on. Copeland is
James Franklin started his first game in six weeks, and he led Mizzou to a 24-10 victory over Ole Miss in Oxford on Saturday night. The senior captain wasted no time getting back in a groove, as he connected with Marcus Lucas for a gain of 19 yards on Mizzou’s first play from scrimmage.
We caught up with Mizzou running back Russell Hansbrough this week, one of the three backs that has been used this year in Mizzou’s highly effective rushing attack. We asked Hansbrough about coexisting with his other backs, team unity and why he likes Columbia. You will not want to miss what he had to say.