Mizzou vs. Texas A& M Watch Party

Join other Mizzou alumni as you watch the Tigers win the SEC East championship when they go up agains Texas A&M.

Door prizes at halftime! All members of the Mizzou family are welcome (kids, too!)

Mizzou Hosts Texas A&M For Blackout With Eyes on the Prize

  • The No. 5/6  Mizzou Tigers (10-1 overall, 6-1 in Southeastern Conference play) wrap up the home portion of their 2013 season Saturday night when they play host to the No. 19/21 Texas A&M Aggies (8-3, 4-3) Saturday at Faurot Field/Memorial Stadium in a 6:45 p.m. (central time) kickoff set for an ESPN telecast. Saturday’s contest is Mizzou’s annual Blackout Game, where fans are encouraged to wear black, and it will also serve as Senior Night, with 18 seniors making their final appearance on Faurot Field…
  • Already guaranteed no worse than an East Division co-championship, Mizzou has plenty still to play for Saturday night. A win over the Aggies would give Mizzou the East title, outright, and stamp their ticket to Atlanta for a berth in the 2013 SEC Championship Game on Dec. 7. Additionally, at No. 5 in this week’s Bowl Championship Series standings, the Tigers are looking to keep their chances alive at reaching the school’s first-ever BCS bowl game…
  • Mizzou is coming off a solid 24-10 win last Saturday atNo. 24 Ole Miss in a game in which the Tigers never trailed. The Tigers outgained the Rebels by a 485-378 margin in total offense, as the Mizzou rush attack posted a 260-yard day and three touchdowns. The MU defense held Ole Miss to 10 points, well below the Rebels’ average of 34.5 points coming into the game, and stymied Ole Miss in the red zone, allowing only one field goal in three red zone possessions, including a pair of scoreless drives after Ole Miss had achieved a 1st-and-goal situation (blocked field goal and 4th-down stop)…
  • Coach Pinkel won his 100th game has Mizzou’s head coach with the victory, improving his career record with the Tigers to 100-62. He is within one win of matching all-time program wins lead, Don Faurot, who won 101 games from 1935-42, 46-56…
November 30, 2013
7:45 pm
Fox & Hound 4901 East 82nd Street, Indianapolis, IN 46250, USA
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