Missouri football 2013
Following his second season, Missouri cornerback Randy Ponder found out he would not be receiving a scholarship to play football. One season later, he earned it.
As highlights from Missouri's 41-26 upset win over Georgia flashed across the nation's televisions Saturday night, one play in particular stood out: "Colt .45" — a double pass that receiver Bud Sasser launched down the field.
After a 2012 season filled with injuries, James Franklin put it all behind him. He had a completion percentage of 67.7 percent and had thrown 14 touchdowns to only three interceptions. Now, he has to deal with another setback.
After beating a ranked team on the road for the first time since 1981, Missouri jumped 11 spots in the AP's poll as Georgia fell to No. 15.
“I really feel for James,” head coach Gary Pinkel said. “He was really, really visibly upset after the game, and he was having a great year.”
In last season's game against Georgia, Missouri wore down in the fourth quarter, letting a lead slip away and ending up with a 41-20 loss in its first game in the Southeastern Conference. Saturday's win was the opposite.
The low brass section of the Bulldogs band unleashes a held chord down on the field, but every Bulldog fan points at a uniformed young woman standing in the corner of the upper deck.
The Missouri Tigers football team defeated the Georgia Bulldogs 41-26 at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Ga. View images from inside and outside the stadium.
The Missouri Tigers beat Georgia on the road Saturday, and fans took to social media to let the world know how they were feeling during the game.
The Missouri Tigers defeated the Georgia Bulldogs 41-26 Saturday at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Ga. The Missourian provided score updates and social media posts during the game.
As TVs at bars were switched to the Cardinals game, Missouri football fans savored the Tigers' first road win against a top-10 team since 1981.
A late trick play helped the Tigers upset the Bulldogs for their first road win against a top-10 opponent since 1981.
For $33,750, you can own a piece of real estate at Bulldog Park, the 5-year-old, 18-acre, gated community that serves as a red and black haven for some of Georgia football's most dedicated fans.
Fans of the Georgia football team began tailgating as early as Wednesday for the Saturday matchup against undefeated Southeastern Conference foe Missouri.
Two weeks ago, most Missouri and Georgia football writers might have been planning this week's stories about how the Tigers might want do avoid a result similar to last year's 41-20 Georgia victory. A lot can change in two weeks.
The Tigers were in good spirits after their win against Vanderbilt on Saturday. This cheer spread to their tweets and social media posts, too.
The Tigers are 0-29 against top-10 teams on the road since 1981. They look to shake history against No. 7 Georgia on Saturday.
Missouri defensive end Michael Sam has always been an energizing personality in the locker room, but now, it's translating on the field as well.
In 2012, Georgia came to Columbia and thrashed Missouri in its first Southeastern Conference game. Now, the Tigers are feeling some empathy for the Bulldogs.
Beginning at 8 a.m. Wednesday, fans can purchase general admission football tickets for the Florida (Oct. 19), South Carolina (Oct. 26) and Tennessee (Nov. 2) games for $25.
- Auburn vs. Missouri
- Cotton Bowl
- Missouri football vs. South Carolina
- Missouri v. Murray State
- Missouri vs. Arkansas State
- Missouri vs. Florida
- Missouri vs. Georgia
- Missouri vs. Indiana
- Missouri vs. Kentucky
- Missouri vs. Ole Miss
- Missouri vs. Toledo
- Missouri vs. Vanderbilt
- Texas A&M vs. Missouri