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Missouri Tigers Football Tickets

Missouri Tigers Football Tickets
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Looks like Missouri is fully adjusted to the SEC by now. Last year’s 11-win season marked the second straight with at least that many, and it ended with a Citrus Bowl victory over Minnesota. QB Maty Mauk is back this year, but with an entirely different cast of receivers. That combined with the loss of stud all-around back Marcus Murphy means offense is a question mark by default heading into this year. 2014 Four-star wide receivers DeSean Blair and Lawrence Lee could get immediate playing time. Stability comes from Mauk and leading rusher Russell Hansbrough, and upside comes from the wide receivers and some promising new linemen. The defensive line is very young as well, and while Missouri lost its defensive coordinator from a year ago, they were able to retain a highly-regarded defensive line coach. This was the 19th-best scoring defense in the FBS last year, and outside of the D line there isn’t much cause for concern. But even there, in comes five-star recruit Terry Beckner Jr. who should make a huge impact up front. Look for Missouri to remain competitive. The Missouri Tigers operate under head coach Gary Pinkel at Faurot Field (The Zou) at Memorial Stadium in Columbia. The Tigers have a 23-5 record over the last two years with Citrus and Cotton Bowl victories to show for themselves. They won double-digit games three out of four years between 2007 and 2010, featuring Sean Witherspoon, Jeremy Maclin, and Blaine Gabbert. All time, however, Missouri isn’t a football school--2007 was their first ten-win season since 1960. The school has sent 184 players to the NFL including Justin Smith, Aldon Smith, Kellen Winslow, Sheldon Richardson, and Michael Sam. They’ve never won a national title but have taken 15 conference titles, all in the Big 8/12 era. Back in Missouri’s Big 12 days they shared rivalries with Nebraska, Iowa State, and Kansas (which remains the second most-played all time), and it maintains a rivalry with Arkansas. 2015 home opponents include SE Missouri State, UConn, South Carolina, Florida, Mississippi State, BYU, and Tennessee. Get your Mizzou tickets from Gold Coast Tickets today!
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