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Missouri Tigers Football Panoramic - Faurot Field Picture

Missouri Tigers Football Panoramic - Faurot Field Picture

SKU: UMO6
This panorama, taken by Robert Pettit, features the Missouri Tigers football team facing the Vanderbilt Commodores in an inner-conference match-up at Faurot Field. The Tigers victory added to Mizzou’s Homecoming celebration, a tradition that started over 100 years ago. Known as the birthplace of Homecoming, it all began in 1911 when former athletic director Chester Brewer, called for alumni to “come home” for the annual football game versus KU. Today, Mizzou Homecoming has grown into one of the largest student-run celebrations of its kind and was recently named the best Homecoming in the nation. The University of Missouri was founded in Columbia, Missouri, in 1839.
Missouri Tigers Football Panoramic - Faurot Field Picture

Missouri Tigers Football Panoramic - Faurot Field Picture

SKU: UMO4
This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, spotlights a blaze of gold as the University of Missouri Tigers crushed their second consecutive ranked opponent for the first time since 1976. Playing on home turf, the Tigers defeated the Florida Gators with a final score of 36-17. The storied history of Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field, also known as “The Zou,” dates back to its opening in 1926. Today, fans enjoy the many changes to the stadium that have occurred, including an expansion to the north concourse area and moving the hill closer to the field. In the process, the Rock M was safely stored and reconstructed to maintain the important historical landmark that Tiger fans have grown to love.
University of Missouri Tiger Walk Panoramic Picture

University of Missouri Tiger Walk Panoramic Picture

SKU: UMO5
This panorama of Tiger Walk honors one of the cherished traditions of University of Missouri graduates. It was taken August 24, 2014, during the university’s 175th anniversary. Freshmen run through the Columns toward Jesse Hall during Tiger Walk to symbolize their entrance into the university and the start of a new academic year. MU faculty, staff and alumni volunteers greet them with Tiger Stripe ice cream, and Marching Mizzou performs a concert. The words of the university’s alma mater capture the spirit: “Proud art thou in classic beauty, of thy noble past; with thy watchwords, honor, duty, thy high fame shall last.”
Missouri Tigers Panoramic - Basketball - Mizzou Arena Picture

Missouri Tigers Panoramic - Basketball - Mizzou Arena Picture

SKU: UMO3
This panorama captures the thrilling victory of the final point free throw between the Mizzou Tigers and the Kansas Jayhawks on Feb. 4, 2012. The final score was Missouri 74, Kansas 71. This historic event filled Mizzou Arena to capacity, with 15,061 enthusiastic fans. The University of Missouri was established in 1839 and was the first public institution of higher education west of the Mississippi River. This panorama was taken by James Blakeway.
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University of Missouri Tigers Panoramic Pictures

University of Missouri Tigers Panoramic Pictures | Missouri Tigers Logo

Founded in 1839, the University of Missouri currently enrolls over 34,000 students annually who celebrate their school pride in events captured in Missouri Tigers panoramic pictures. While the school is home to 18 varsity teams, the football and men's basketball programs are some of the most popular athletics events at the school throughout their seasons. The school's athletic teams are named after the Missouri Tigers armed guards who protected Columbia, Missouri from the Confederacy during the Civil War.

Faurot Field is the home turf of Tigers football, and is one of the most historic stadiums in college football panoramas. Famous for a giant letter "M" for Missouri behind one of its endzones, this landmark created from whitewashed rocks has been a fixture of the stadium since 1927. Missouri Tigers panoramas also capture the basketball game action from Mizzou Arena, in what has been heralded as the 38th best college basketball program of all time.

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