1960 Missouri Tigers Student Season Ticket
The 1960 Missouri Tigers football team. The team compiled an 11–0 record (7–0 against Big 8 opponents), won the Big 8 championship, defeated Navy in the 1961 Orange Bowl and was ranked No. 5 in the final AP poll, and outscored opponents by a combined total of 295 to 93. Dan Devine was the head coach for the third of 13 seasons.
The 1960 season included one of the most famous games in the history of the Missouri V Kansas rivalry. Kansas beat Missouri, but, used an ineligible player, Bert Coan, in the game, and the win was officially awarded to Missouri, bringing its record to 11–0 instead of 10–1. This pass was valid for the Kansas game as it was played in Columbia, MO in 1960.
This was probably the best team in Missouri history.
The ticket has scrapbook glue on the back.
1942 Sugar Bowl Ticket Stub - Fordham 2 Missouri 0 - Historic Game
Ticket is in VGEX condition.
The 1942 edition to the Sugar Bowl featured the Missouri Tigers and the Fordham Rams. Those who watched the game were concerned by the attack on Pearl Harbor, which had occurred less than four weeks previously. Despite the entry of the United States into WWII the bowl game was played on schedule. New Year's Day
1942, saw a cold, driving rainstorm in New Orleans. During the first
quarter, a blocked Tigers punt, turned back by Fordham tackle Alex
Santilli, led to a two-point safety being scored by defensive end Stanley Ritinski. As the rain continued and no further points were scored, the final
tally was Fordham 2, Missouri 0, which is the lowest possible combined
point total for an untied American football game and stands as a bowl game record for an untied game (there have been four 0–0 ties). Fordham had won the game without completing a single pass their total game yardage was 137 yards, all of it on the ground.