Friday, September 7, 2012
Then upload your photos to the Ladue-Frontenac Pics and Clips at the top of this page.
Can you imagine the excitement of the historic first SEC game for Mizzou in Columbia Saturday? The Georgia Bulldogs come calling and the ZOO will be rocking. All 70,000 tickets have been sold in advance. Trust your luck to the scalpers and the ticket brokers from this point forward. Columbia will be a mad house. History will be made. If you don't think there's a home field advantage with the house rocking, you are following the wrong sport. This is your invitation to share those moments. Comment on Patch how much you enjoyed the game. Post your photos to the Ladue-Frontenac Pics & Clips. You can do it as they game is underway. For those who won't be in Faurot Field, envy runs deep. Here is a video for true Black and Gold fans to get those …
Sunday, June 10, 2012
Faurot Field Takes on New Look for the Start of the SEC Era.
Ross Dellenger of the Columbia Tribune Newspaper describes the brand new lush turf that patrons will see at the home of the Tigers football team at Mizzou this fall. The old turf was well past its prime, and now the new look greets fans and athletes alike in time for the 2012 season. Check out the photos old and new side by side and then the MU video, then make plans to be in the stands for one of the most exciting years to come. This is the link to the new video construction of the turf at Faurot Field at Mizzou.
Thursday, November 24, 2011
Tigers can have enough fire power to keep pace with the rest of the SEC.
This article was written prior to Gary Pinkel being arrested for DWI in Columbia. The opinions are the same. Everyone in Missouri needs to think about rallying around the Tigers as they brace for entrance into the South East Conference in 2012. I have a bone or two to pick. I am officially on the record tired of hearing Missouri Tiger football bashing. Randy Karraker, sit down. You stood on the sidelines at MICDS and said the Tigers haven’t found a good enough replacement for Chase Daniel and Blaine Gabbert at quarterback. That is clearly stated incorrectly. Check it out. Mizzou’s sophomore QB James Franklin ran circles around the nationally-ranked much ballyhooed Texas defense. For heavens sake, Mizzou’s rapidly improved defense kept the …
Thursday, September 8, 2011
MU Tigers win home opener against the University of Miami Redhawks, but it wasn't a pretty win.
One down and 11 to go. The Missouri Tigers won their home opener against the Miami of Ohio University Redhawks last Saturday on a scorching Faurot Field. The team, not so scorching. But, as they say, a win is a win is a win. Sports media weighed in on the contest. www.muredhawks.com said the Redhawks “hung tough” in the loss to Missouri, but couldn’t produce many points in the 17-5 game that snapped the Redhawks’ six game winning streak at the end of their 2010 season. The Redhawks’ defense did a good job of holding the Tigers’ offense, but didn’t get much support in Don Treadwell’s debut as head coach. R.F. Fallstrom in the Springfield News Leader wrote that Mizzou quarterback James Franklin's gut reaction was that he flunked his first …