Feb. 5, 2012
Yesterday was an amazing day for Mizzou because of you. From College GameDay in the morning to the victory over Kansas last night, we cannot thank you enough for your support of Tiger Basketball. Thanks for helping us show the nation that we have the best fans in college basketball. You displayed an incredible amount of class and made us proud to be Tigers.
The atmosphere at Mizzou Arena was truly special. "Loud" doesn't even begin to describe it. Your enthusiasm from tip-off to the final possession was unrivaled. Thanks to you, our 6th Man, the floor was literally shaking during the last few minutes of the game.
We are proud to be 21-2, but know we would not be in the position without your support. I am blessed to be the Head Basketball Coach at the University of Missouri and want you to know our team, coaches and staff are thankful for the opportunity to represent Mizzou.
We can't wait to see you at Mizzou Arena when we take on Baylor next Saturday, Feb. 11th, at 12:30 p.m. It will be another match-up of top-10 teams, so Arrive Early, Wear Gold, Be Loud and help us Beat Baylor!
Thanks and Go Tigers! M-I-Z!
Coach Frank Haith
P.S. You can re-live last night's victory at MizzouNetwork.com.
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