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Sellout Announced for Mizzou-Texas A&M Game

 
 
MUTIGERS.COM Next Saturday will be A&M's first visit to Memorial Stadium since Jeremy Maclin and the Tigers beat the Aggies, 40-26, in 2007.
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Next Saturday will be A&M's first visit to Memorial Stadium since Jeremy Maclin and the Tigers beat the Aggies, 40-26, in 2007.
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Nov. 19, 2013

COLUMBIA, Mo. - The University of Missouri Department of Athletics is pleased to announce that all tickets have sold out for Mizzou's football game on Nov. 30th against the Texas A&M Aggies. A capacity crowd of 67,124 is expected to see the highly-anticipated matchup of the 9-1 Tigers (ranked #8 in the current Associated Press poll) and the 8-2 Aggies (ranked # 9 by the A.P.).

This will mark the third sellout of the 2013 home season for the Tigers, adding to previous sellout crowds for games against Florida (Oct. 19th) and South Carolina (Oct. 26th). The Nov. 30th showdown with the Aggies is the annual Blackout game, as all fans are encouraged to wear black. [Get your official Blackout shirt and other Mizzou Black gear here]

With the sellout, fans are encouraged to find tickets through Vivid Seats, the official ticket reseller of Mizzou Athletics.

The 2013 senior class will also be recognized prior to the game, and fans are encouraged to get to their seats early in order to pay tribute to the 19-member class which includes captains James Franklin, E.J. Gaines, L'Damian Washington and Andrew Wilson.

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