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QUIZ: Test your knowledge of Missouri's postseason success

Wednesday, December 4, 2013 | 6:04 p.m. CST; updated 11:54 a.m. CST, Thursday, December 5, 2013

COLUMBIA — After Missouri's 28-21 win against Texas A&M last Saturday, fans geared up to watch the Tigers take on Auburn.

They bought tickets to the game. They made plans to travel the 675 miles to Atlanta despite the potential for sleet and snow along the way. After a 59-29 loss to Texas A&M and a 5-7 record last year, winning the game Saturday and making it to the championship game was a happy surprise for many.

This is not Missouri's first trip to a championship game, though.

Since its first season in 1890, the Missouri football program has won 15 conference titles. How long has it been since Missouri was part of a conference championship? What other Missouri sports teams have had postseason success?

Take this quiz to test your knowledge of Missouri's athletic history. (Related: Predict Mizzou's bowl scenario and the score of this weekend's game to win a $30 Shakespeare's Pizza gift card.)

When you're done, you'll see a list of the correct answers. Good luck!

Supervising editor is Joy Mayer.


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