Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Celebrating 150 Years of College Football - Day 30 - Missouri Tigers

The Uni Watch Fans (Sports Aesthetics) Facebook page will be posting a minimum of 1 NCAA Football Team (Division I) a day to celebrate the 150 years of College Football. The teams will begin with the oldest team in their respective conference (Big Ten = Oldest Conference) until all the teams are listed. The team helmets will go back to the early 1960’s and their current logo will be used.

The Missouri Tigers football program represents the University of Missouri (often referred to as Mizzou) in college football and competes in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Since 2012, Missouri has been a member of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) and is currently aligned in its Eastern Division. Home games are played at Faurot Field ("The Zou") in Columbia, Missouri.
Missouri's football program dates back to 1890, and has appeared in 33 bowl games (including 10 major bowl appearances: 4 Orange Bowls, 3 Cotton Bowls, 2 Sugar Bowls, and 1 Fiesta Bowl). Missouri has won 15 conference titles, 5 division titles, and has 2 national championship selections recognized by the NCAA.[3] Entering the 2017 season, Missouri's all-time record is 671–556–52 (.545).
The team was coached by Gary Pinkel (2001–2015), who is the winningest coach of all-time at Missouri (setting that mark with his 102nd win at the AT&T Cotton Bowl on January 3, 2014).  Pinkel's record with Mizzou after his final game on November 27, 2015, is 118–73 (.618).

All-Time Record: 678-560-52 (.546)

Special thanks to:

Conference: SEC
Team: Missouri Tigers
Founded: 1890
Joined Conference: 2012


1960's Logo 


1970's Logo

1978-1979, 1982, 1985-1995 




Late 1980's - Early 1990's Logo

1995 Logo


1996-Present Logo








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