Missouri football 2013
The home of the Atlanta Falcons is repainting its field to prepare for Saturday's SEC Championship game.
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No. 3 Auburn's Davis turned in one of the most memorable plays of college football history with his 109-yard, last-play return of a missed field goal to beat No. 4 Alabama on Saturday. That comes with being long identified for a single play, like Hail Flutie.
Auburn gave Gus Malzahn, who has led the biggest turnaround in college football, a five-year deal worth $2.3 million annually after his hiring in December 2012 but will discuss a new contract after this season.
No one predicted a Georgia Dome appearance in 2013. No one even saw the signs in September, when Pinkel tied and passed Dan Devine for second on the Missouri list of winningest coaches. But Pinkel did.
After MU's win on Saturday, Tigers fans quickly snatched up the 16,000 available tickets for the SEC Championship. Now, thousands of fans are preparing to make the journey to Atlanta.
The Crimson Tide's wild 34-28 loss at Auburn dropped Alabama to fourth. Ohio State is second and Auburn is third. Missouri is fifth.
Alabama lost its spot at the top of the rankings after losing to Auburn, which moved up to No. 3 in the AP Poll.
The performance by Johnny Manziel, the first Heisman Trophy winner to play at Memorial Stadium since Billy Sims in 1979, was ultimately underwhelming.
The construction on Memorial Stadium hit a big milestone, but thanks to Missouri's 10-1 record, the new additions will take a backseat to Saturday's nationally-televised game.
Check out our gallery of photos from the game between the Missouri Tigers and the Texas A&M Aggies.
The Missourian's advanced social media team has covered the story beyond the stadium throughout the football season.
Fans shared their excitement about securing a spot in the Southeastern Conference Championship and shared pictures of students rushing Faurot Field.
The Missouri Tigers defeated the Texas A&M Aggies 28-21 on Saturday at Memorial Stadium to win the SEC East Division. The Missourian provided score updates and social media posts during the game.
There was no shortage of grilling and games of catch as Tigers fans tailgated before Missouri's final home game of the season.
Thanksgiving break, the Southeastern Conference volleyball championship and an upcoming game against Texas A&M had Missouri football players and coaches in a festive mood this week.
Missouri beats Texas A&M 28-21 to advance to next week's SEC Title game against Auburn.
Somewhere along the line, "Johnny Football" became a spectacle, but he hasn’t lost anything on the football field. He’s the same athlete with the same ability to make something out of nothing.
With one week left in the regular season for the Missouri Tigers, the future of their impressive second season in the Southeastern Conference comes down to whether Missouri can beat Texas A&M.
As Missouri senior Max Copeland prepares for his final game at Faurot Field, he reflects on his outlandish career with the Tigers.
- 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