With Missouri's inaugural SEC season now complete, the Missourian would like to recognize those who demonstrated excellence in game day fashion and festivities.
We asked you for your nominations, and we combed through the hundreds of photos we've collected of fans over the season. Then, a group of journalists used a highly unscientific method to determine winners — we picked our favorites.
Below are the 2012 game day superlatives, fan photo style.
A Missouri fan sports his black and gold houndstooth pants before the Tigers' Homecoming game against Kentucky. Check out other fan photos from Homecoming here.
A Missouri fan displays his inner, or outer, Tiger before the Georgia game. Check out other fan photos from the Tigers' inaugural SEC game here.
Elizabeth Solomon and Amanda Sohaney sport their homemade duct tape dresses at the Georgia game. Read about the process Sohaney used to make her game day outfit here.
Stephen Watts, 66, and Andrew Torber, 56, traveled from Birmingham, Ala., for the Alabama game. Torber said he had not missed an Alabama game, home or away, since 2006. Check out other Alabama fans during their time in Columbia here.
Kait Parker submitted this photo of Tiger fans enjoying the sunny Orlando weather during Missouri's game against University of Central Florida. Check out more photos of Tiger fans in enemy territory here.
Two proud Tiger fans showed off their collection of stuffed Tigers before the Georgia game. Check out more game-day snapshots of the Georgia game here.
Twitter user @kjpeery shared this photo. She wrote: "Officially in the SEC! Thanks for teaching us the ropes for a shrimp boil @hydene! #mizsec". To look at more photos of tailgating food, click here.
Mike Adam and Amy Cline Adam hold their spirited baby Tigers before Missouri's Homecoming game against Kentucky.
Tiger fans huddle around a really, really cute dog before the Alabama game. View more fan photos from the Alabama game here.
A Missouri fan carefully parks his Tigermobile before the Tigers game against Georgia.
Supervising editor is Joy Mayer.