Homecoming Tweetometer Top 10: MU traditions, through tweets

Saturday, October 23, 2010 | 7:53 p.m. CDT; updated 8:41 p.m. CDT, Saturday, October 23, 2010

COLUMBIA — The MU community was a-Twitter on Saturday as students, alumni, Columbia residents and visitors reveled in Homecoming activities — and tweeted their tales. Here, 10 choice selections from a day's worth of petite posts. 

School Spirit Tweet: @MizzouAlumni 


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18,000 plus at #mizzougameday. New record!!!! Way to go #Mizzou!

Celebrity Tweet: @jmac_18 (Jeremy Maclin)

The atmosphere for gameday this morning was's exactly why I love my #mizzou fans and #stl fans. Can't wait for this game to start

GameDay Sign Tweet: @RobertDEdwards

Best sign for #MizzouGameday: "OU can't eat their Wheaties. They lost all their bowls."

Fashion Tweet: @SeanLeahy

Black jerseys and gold pants for #Mizzou: a winning combination

Future Plans Tweet: @sarahfelts

If I have kids, I'm 96% sure one of the best parts will be dressing them up for Homecoming. #Mizzou

Fair-Weathered Tweet: @Lutran

I'm going to be a #Mizzou fan tonight! I think alot of us fans are going to be! #Auburn #WarEagle

Animal Tweet: @ItsOtisTheDog 

Who needs opposable thumbs anyway? Planning a #MizzouGameday jailbreak.

Apples-to-Oranges Tweet: @Riehlen

You can tell this is Columbia and not Columbia.... The Show Me State, not the Ivy League. #MUHC #Mizzou#Oklahoma

Oklahoma Tweet: @nathanphifer

I'm running some errands in Norman, OK with the whole family decked out in their #Mizzou gear. Strange looks abound! Go #Tigers!


High Pressure Tweet: @stephensinner

some people think tonight's mizzou game is a matter of life and death. i assure you, it's much more serious than that.

What are your thoughts? Tweet us at @CoMissourian to share. 

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