"Established in 1989"
To be kind, Missouri’s debut season in the SEC didn’t go as planned. The Tigers went 2-6 in conference play and missed out on a bowl game for the first time in a long time.
But that hasn’t slowed the interest in 2013 Missouri Tigers football tickets, which are always among our most popular college football tickets.
Head coach Gary Pinkel’s Tigers have redemption on their mind. Having a healthy James Franklin would certainly help that cause.
A promising, dual-threat quarterback, Franklin had his junior campaign derailed by numerous injuries that limited him for more than half the season. He still passed for 1,562 yards with 10 touchdowns, but was nowhere near the versatile threat he was as a sophomore, when he routinely shredded defenses with his legs and his arm.
With Franklin back at full strength, the Tigers are a totally different football team, one that very well could sneak up on some SEC powers. The Tigers face Vanderbilt, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ole Miss and a season-ending showdown against an old Big 12 rival, in Johnny Manziel and the Texas A&M Aggies.
Texas A&M-Missouri tickets will questionably be in high demand, with bowl bids likely on the line. The Tigers missed a bowl game for the first time in at least six seasons last year. Pinkel doesn’t want that to happen again. If it does, Pinkel knows he’ll find himself on the hot seat in Columbia.
Tension is high around Memorial Stadium, but so is the passion surrounding Missouri football tickets. Fans knew the transition from the Big 12 to the SEC was not going to be easy. So they’re not giving up, and either is Pinkel. Missouri football is poised to show off its resiliency.
With Franklin back to lead an offense that features eight returning starters, the Tigers will be lighting up scoreboards throughout the SEC. Missouri is out for redemption and is determined to show that it can hang in the mighty SEC. Get your Tigers football tickets today and show them that you believe they can too.