Countdown to Gameday: Texas A&M

The Mizzou Tigers kickoff this Saturday at 6:45 PM at Memorial Stadium against the Texas A&M Aggies.

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PRE-GAME ACTIVITIES:

Need information on shuttles to Memorial Stadium? Find schedules and shuttle maps here.

For all of your tailgating questions, check out Mizzou Tailgating.

This weekend’s game is the Blackout game so make sure to wear black! You can find the official blackout shirt at The Mizzou Store.

Also: After the game each senior football player will be taking their own white rock from the Big M in the North end zone, so stick around to support our Mizzou seniors!

OTHER GREAT ACTIVITIES: 

Advanced Radiology Turkey Trax 5K

November 28 at 8:30 AM

Snorty Horse Saloon presents Rosehill

November 29 at 7 PM

Talking Horse Productions presents Almost, Maine

November 29, 30 at 7:30 PM and December 1 at 6 PM

The Blue Note presents Funkyard Orchestra and Dusted Groove

November 29 at 9 PM

Deja Vu Comedy presents Dan O’Sullivan and Joe Lehnig

November 29 and 30 at 9 PM

Whiskey Wild Saloon presents Loaded Chamber

November 30 at 7 PM

The Blue Note presents Show Me Country Night featuring Str8 Arrow

November 30 at 9 PM

FOOTBALL FRIDAYS:

It’s Football Friday, every Friday of home football games at the Walton Building! Be sure to stop by the Walton Building, location of the Convention and Visitors Bureau, on Friday for visitor information and cookies!

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Tradition and Tailgate: The Final Game

Tradition

One of Mizzou’s Pride Points is to Wear Gold, but once a year it’s blackout time.

For November 30th game against the Texas A&M Aggies, fans will be decked out in all black to cheer on their Tigers on Senior Night. Kickoff will be at 6:45 p.m. and the game will be broadcast on ESPN. After the game, keep your eyes open for another Mizzou tradition: each senior football player taking their own white rock from the Big M in the North Endzone.

Tailgating

We’d be remiss if we didn’t mention that the final game of the season is just two short days after Thanksgiving. They may not be traditional tailgating food, but Thanksgiving leftovers seem just too delicious to leave at home. Here are a few recipes that will celebrate both the holiday and football.

Turkey Tamale Pie (SeriousEats.com)

Barbecue Turkey Sandwiches with Celery Salad (Real Simple)

Pecan and Sweet Potato Bread (Chow)

Jerk Turkey Chili (Chow)