Mizzou Tailgate at Purdue

The deadline is approaching for getting your Mizzou Tailgate tickets. After Aug. 31 all tickets will be $35. Members can get tickets before that date for $25.

For the first time in more than 15 years an official Mizzou Tailgate is headed to Indiana. Join Hoosier Mizzou fans, along with some from Chicago and surrounding states, for the party.

Here are the details.

Saturday, September 15
Kick-off: 7:30 p.m. EST
Tiger Tailgate opens at 4:30 p.m. EST
Tiger Tailgate Tent on Purdue Campus
Tent Location: Rankin Track and Field, 1205 West Stadium Avenue

Show your spirit at a giant rally full of Mizzou fans beginning at 4:30 p.m. (West Lafayette time). Tiger Tailgate tickets must be purchased in advance and include a catered meal, access to a cash bar, spirit items and MAA member gifts, a program featuring special campus guests, and more!

For those of you with a copy of the book MizzouRah: Memorable Moments in Missouri Football History, feel free to bring it if you’d like the authors to sign it. (No books will be available to purchase)

Tiger Tailgate at Purdue University:

Here is the web page to register for the tailgate.

MAA Members EARLY BIRD SPECIAL until August 31: $25/person
MAA Members September 1 and later: $35/person
Non-members: $35/person
Child Tailgate (10 and under): Free with adult tailgate ticket

Game tickets can be purchased directly through the Mizzou Athletic Ticket Office by calling 800-CAT-PAWS or online. All orders are subject to a $5 Handling Fee.

**All fans, regardless of age, are required to have a game ticket to enter the stadium.**

Hoosier Novels on the Big Screen

Are you an avid reader? Are you a fan of the movies? If so, you can’t miss this event.

Hoosier Novels on the Big Screen highlights Indiana authors whose books have been adapted to film, including some of the most popular and critically acclaimed movies of all time.

The Indiana Mizzou Crew is sponsoring this event at the Indiana State Library, 315 W Ohio St. in downtown Indianapolis. Mark your calendar for Saturday, April 14 at 1 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.

Mizzou alumnus Dan O’Brien is a former Emmy award-winning television sportscaster and freelance writer who lives in Greenwood. He has also authored the screenplay Rube, the story of one of baseball’s greatest pitchers.

Learn about the rich variety of novels penned by Hoosier authors which have made it to the big screen over the last several decades from Indiana’s Golden Age of Literature until the present day.

Here are reviews from some who have seen O’Brien’s presentation.

“Well prepared and researched. Clearly knew the topic and did the entire presentation without notes.”

“I like that he’s not all seriousness, he’s lighthearted but informative.”

“Well researched, well presented with narrative, slide show, and film clips.”

“Excellent presentation and very interesting…..had no idea of the Indiana influence on Hollywood.”

Come see for yourself and learn about some of Indiana’s literary history.

Indiana Mizzou Crew Poll

The Indiana Mizzou Crew would like to get your input to help the board of directors make decisions regarding events.

Missouri Women’s Basketball vs. IUPUI


Mizzou had a good crowd show up on Sunday, Dec. 4 when the Mizzou Women’s Basketball team took on IUPUI. It was a disappointing ending, but alumni, including some members of the Indiana Mizzou Crew, were glad to be able to watch the Tigers in action.

Head Coach Robin Pington, along with players Sophie and Lindsay Cunningham, took time to pose with some of the Mizzou crowd that showed up.

Sophie Cunningham Cunningham notched 13 points, reaching double figures for the eighth time in nine games.

You can read about the game on the women’s basketball website.

Coach Anderson Meet and Greet Photo Gallery

On April 2, 2015 Mizzou Basketball Coach Kim Anderson and his wife Melissa attended a meet and greet with the Indiana Mizzou Crew in downtown Indianapolis. We want to thank Coach Anderson and his wife for taking time to meet with us. Below are some pictures from the event.

Meet and Greet with Coach Anderson and his wife Melissa

Coach Kim AndersonThe chapter will have a meet and greet with Mizzou Head Basketball Coach Kim Anderson and his wife Melissa. It will be Thursday, April 2 between 6 and 7 p.m. at the Front Page Sports Bar in downtown Indianapolis.

Here’s your chance to meet Coach Anderson and hopefully he will give a little talk about this past season and his hopes for next season and you’ll have the opportunity to talk with him one-on-one.

Coach Anderson is in town for the Final Four. Since this is Final Four weekend in Indianapolis, be prepared for crowds that might exist and be aware that street parking is available.

The bar is giving us the space for free, so please support the establishment by ordering drinks and/or food.

Unfortunately you must be 21 to enter.


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