TB Kendial Lawrence
March 7, 2011
Columbia, Mo. – With the beginning of spring football this week, it’s never too early for University of Missouri football fans to start looking ahead to this fall and the 2011 Mizzou Tiger season. Season ticket renewal forms for the upcoming season will be in the mail in mid-March, so Tiger fans are encouraged to look for the forms and return them before the priority renewal deadline of April 29. Fans also should be on the lookout for information on “Mizzou’s 30-for-30 in April” promotion, where 30 fans who order season tickets prior to the priority deadline will be randomly selected each day in April to win exclusive Mizzou experiences or prize packages. More information on this exciting and unique promotion will be available at www.mutigers.com in late March.
Season ticket prices have been established for a six-game home schedule at Faurot Field/Memorial Stadium, which includes the home opener on Sept. 3 against defending MAC champion Miami (Ohio), the 100th anniversary of Homecoming on Oct. 15 against Iowa State, and followed by Big 12 Conference showdowns against Oklahoma State (Oct. 22), Texas (Nov. 12) and Texas Tech (Nov. 19).
The Tigers have been to six consecutive bowl games, and have won 40 games over the last four seasons – a figure which ranks as 10-best in the nation from 2007-10.
Prices for the 2011 season have been set as: $319 for General Public, $242 for Faculty/Staff, $229 for Tiger Zone/South Endzone, $199 for Young Alumni, $539 for Family Fun Pass, and $600 for Touchdown Terrace.
Mizzou’s season ticket prices have always been among the most affordable in the Big 12 Conference and MU’s General Public price for 2011 ranks as the 8-most expensive among the league’s 10 schools. Reserved season parking exclusively for Tiger Scholarship Fund members who also purchase season tickets will remain at $115 for the six-game home slate.
Head Coach Gary Pinkel will hit the practice fields for the first time this spring on March 8, and the Tigers will hold 14 practices sandwiched around Spring Break, in preparation for the annual Black & Gold Game, to be held Saturday, April 16 at 1 p.m.
Here’s a look at the full 2011 Mizzou Football schedule. Game times will be set in the summer, so be sure to stay tuned to www.mutigers.com for updates.
2011 Mizzou Football Schedule
Sept. 3 MIAMI (OHIO)
Sept. 10 at Arizona State
Sept. 17 WESTERN ILLINOIS
Sept. 24 at Oklahoma
Oct. 8 at Kansas State
Oct. 15 IOWA STATE (HC)
Oct. 22 OKLAHOMA STATE
Oct. 29 at Texas A&M
Nov. 5 at Baylor
Nov. 12 TEXAS
Nov. 19 TEXAS TECH
Nov. 26 vs. Kansas (KC)
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