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First Missouri Homecoming game, 1911
The Missouri Tigers football team represents the University of Missourimarker in NCAA Division I FBS college football. The team has competed in the North Division of the Big 12 Conference since the conference's inception in 1996. The team plays home games at Faurot Fieldmarker in Columbia, Missourimarker.

Conference affiliations

Source

Logos and uniforms

Missouri's 2009 uniform combinations


Championships

The Missouri Tigers have 15 conference championships and 2 conference division titles.

Conference championships (15)

Year Overall Record Conference Record Coach Conference
1893* 4-3-0 N/A H.O. Robinson Western Interstate University Football Association
1894* 4-3-0 N/A H.O. Robinson Western Interstate University Football Association
1895* 7-1-0 N/A C.D. Bliss Western Interstate University Football Association
1909 7-2-1 4-0-1 William Roper MVIAA
1913* 7-1-0 4-0-0 Chester Brewer MVIAA
1919 5-1-2 4-0-1 John F. Miller MVIAA
1924 7-2-0 5-1-0 Gwinn Henry MVIAA
1925 6-1-1 5-1-0 Gwinn Henry MVIAA
1927 7-2-0 5-1-0 Gwinn Henry MVIAA
1939 8-2-0 5–0–0 Don Faurot Big Eight
1941 8-2-0 5–0–0 Don Faurot Big Eight
1942 8-3-1 4–0–1 Don Faurot Big Eight
1945 6-4-0 5–0–0 Chauncey Simpson Big Eight
1960** 11-0-1 7–0–0 Dan Devine Big Eight
1969* 9-2-0 6–1–0 Dan Devine Big Eight


Divisional championships (2)

Year Overall Record Conference Record Coach Conference
2007* 12-2 7–1 Gary Pinkel Big 12
2008* 10-4 5-3 Gary Pinkel Big 12


(*) Indicates a co-championship.

(**) The 1960 championship was retroactively awarded, after a loss to Kansas was reversed due to Kansas' use of a player later ruled to be ineligible.

Bowl Appearances (26)

The Missouri Tigers have a 12-14 Bowl Record.

Year Bowl Opponent Result
1924 Los Angeles Christmas Festival Southern California L 7-20
1940 Orange Bowl Georgia Tech L 7-21
1942 Sugar Bowl Fordham (NY) L 0-2
1946 Cotton Bowl Texas L 27-40
1949 Gator Bowl Clemson L 23-24
1950 Gator Bowl Maryland L 7-20
1960 Orange Bowl Georgia L 0-14
1961 Orange Bowl Navy W 21-14
1962 Bluebonnet Bowl Navy W 14-10
1966 Sugar Bowl Florida W 20-18
1968 Gator Bowl Alabama W 35-10
1970 Orange Bowl Penn St L 3-10
1972 Fiesta Bowl Arizona St L 35-49
1973 Sun Bowl Auburn W 34-17
1978 Liberty Bowl Louisiana St. W 20-15
1979 Hall Of Fame Bowl South Carolina W 24-14
1980 Liberty Bowl Purdue L 25-28
1981 Tangerine Bowl Southern Mississippi W 19-17
1983 Holiday Bowl BYU L 17-21
1997 Holiday Bowl Colorado St L 24-35
1998 Insight.com Bowl West Virginia W 34-31
2003 Independence Bowl Arkansas L 14-27
2005 Independence Bowl South Carolina W 38-31
2006 Sun Bowl Oregon St L 38-39
2007 Cotton Bowl Arkansas W 38-7
2008 Alamo Bowl Northwestern W 30-23 (OT)


Year-by-year record since 1950

Year Record Coach
1950 4-5-1 Don B. Faurot
1951 3-7-0 Don B. Faurot
1952 3-7-0 Don B. Faurot
1953 6-4-0 Don B. Faurot
1954 4-5-1 Don B. Faurot
1955 1-9-0 Don B. Faurot
1956 4-5-1 Don Faurot
1957 5-4-1 Frank Broyles
1958 5-4-1 Dan Devine
1959 6-5-0 Dan Devine
1960 11-0-01 Dan Devine
1961 7-2-1 Dan Devine
1962 8-1-2 Dan Devine
1963 7-3-0 Dan Devine
1964 6-3-1 Dan Devine
1965 8-2-1 Dan Devine
1966 6-3-1 Dan Devine
1967 7-3-0 Dan Devine
1968 8-3-0 Dan Devine
1969 9-2-0 Dan Devine
1970 5-6-0 Dan Devine
1971 1-10-0 Al Onofrio
1972 7-5-0 Al Onofrio
1973 8-4-0 Al Onofrio
1974 7-4-0 Al Onofrio
1975 6-5-0 Al Onofrio
1976 6-5-0 Al Onofrio
1977 4-7-0 Al Onofrio
1978 8-4-0 Warren Powers
1979 7-5-0 Warren Powers
1980 8-4-0 Warren Powers
1981 8-4-0 Warren Powers
1982 5-4-2 Warren Powers
1983 7-5-0 Warren Powers
1984 3-7-1 Warren Powers
1985 1-10-0 Woody Widenhofer
1986 3-8-0 Woody Widenhofer
1987 5-6-0 Woody Widenhofer
1988 3-7-1 Woody Widenhofer
1989 2-9-0 Bob Stull
1990 4-7-0 Bob Stull
1991 3-7-1 Bob Stull
1992 3-8-0 Bob Stull
1993 3-7-1 Bob Stull
1994 3-8-1 Larry Smith
1995 3-8-0 Larry Smith
1996 5-6-0 Larry Smith
1997 7-5-0 Larry Smith
1998 8-4-0 Larry Smith
1999 4-7-0 Larry Smith
2000 3-8-0 Larry Smith
2001 4-7-0 Gary Pinkel
2002 5-7-0 Gary Pinkel
2003 8-5-0 Gary Pinkel
2004 5-6-0 Gary Pinkel
2005 7-5-0 Gary Pinkel
2006 8-5-0 Gary Pinkel
2007 12-2-0 Gary Pinkel
2008 10-4-0 Gary Pinkel
2009 8-4-0 Gary Pinkel


TOTAL 335-216-18 (.608 from 1950; incl. 8-4-0 thru Nov. 28, 2009)

TOTAL 612-511-52 (.545 from 1890; incl. 8-4-0 thru Nov. 28, 2009)

11960 team lost to Kansas but was later awarded win by default due to an ineligible Kansas player, (Bert Coan).

Player accomplishments

Awards

Brock Olivo


Chase Coffman


All-Americans







Retired jersey numbers



Missouri players in the NFL and CFL

NFL (Present)



CFL (Present)



UFL (United Football League - Present)



NFL (Former)



CFL (Former)



Notable head coaches

  • Don Faurot — coach with most wins in Missouri history (101) and longest tenure (19 seasons from 1935–1942 and 1946–1956). Won three conference titles and went to four bowl games. The Memorial Stadium playing surface was renamed in his honor in 1972. He was the inventor of the Split-T offense, the first offense to utilize the triple option of which many other offenses, including the wishbone and I formation, utilize. Member of the College Football Hall of Famemarker.
  • Dan Devine — coach with the highest winning percentage: (record: 93–37–7 .715). Coached at Missouri from 1958–1970, winning two conference championships (1960, 1969 (shared)), earning a #1 ranking in 1960, and winning the Orange Bowl against Navy in 1961. He went on to coach Notre Dame to a national title in 1977 and is portrayed in the movie "Rudy." Member of the College Football Hall of Famemarker.
  • Al Onofrio — coach from 1971–77. Known for many major upsets, including two consecutive victories against Nebraska in Lincoln (1974 and 1976), a win against Alabama in Birmingham in 1975, a victory over Notre Dame in 1972, a win against Southern California in Los Angeles in 1975, and a win against Ohio State in Columbus, Ohio in 1975.
  • Warren Powers — coach from 1978–84. Led Tigers to four straight bowl appearances from 1978 to 1981 and the last of three consecutive Missouri victories over Nebraska at Lincoln in 1978.
  • Gary Pinkel - coach from 2001–present - the only other coach to earn a #1 national ranking in 2007, he also coached Missouri to a 2008 Cotton Bowl victory over Arkansas and a 2008 Alamo Bowl victory over Northwestern. He is currently the third winningest coach in Missouri history (67-45 .598).


Future seasons

Missouri Football Future Schedules


2010 season schedule
Illinois (in St. Louis) Sept 4
McNeese State Sep 11
San Diego State Sep 18
Miami (Ohio) Sep 25
BYE WEEK Oct 2
Coloradomarker Oct 9
at Texas A&Mmarker Oct 16
Oklahomamarker (HC) Oct 23
at Nebraska Oct 30
Texas Techmarker Nov 6
at Kansas Statemarker Nov 13
Iowa Statemarker Nov 20
vs Kansasmarker (in Kansas City) Nov 26/27




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