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Mizzou Football Loses In Fourth Quarter Against LSU Saturday


The No. 21 University of Missouri Tigers lost at No. 23 Louisiana State University on Saturday morning, snapping their winning streak. With a final score of 49-39, LSU prevailed.

The Mizzou Tigers are 5-0 going into the game and hope to increase that with a sixth victory. It will be the first time in ten years that the squad starts a season with a 6-0 record if they manage to win.

The club started the 2013 campaign strong, winning seven straight games.

After defeating the Florida Gators at home on Faurot Field 36-17, the seventh victory followed.

The Mizzou Tigers lost to the South Carolina Gamecocks in overtime, 27-24, so the run was short-lived. After losing to South Carolina, Mizzou went on to finish the season 12-2, including a 7-1 record in conference play. They also won four straight games.

For the Tigers, this will be the first time since 2014 that they have had two sold-out games in a season. In a shocking 30-27 victory over Kansas State in September, the first sold-out game was played.

According to Mizzou Athletics Assistant Director Dave Matter, more people are attending games this year than they did the previous two.

“So our average crowd so far for three home games, again at 56,900 is more than our entire average for last season which was 54,525. So, and we haven’t even gotten to the SEC home games yet,” Matter said.

Before Saturday’s game, fans who talked with ABC 17 News indicated they would value a victory highly. This was especially true for two University of Missouri students who claimed they had never encountered game days like the ones this year in their three years at the university.

Brendan Head, a junior, added that he was particularly happy with the rise in game attendance.

Since Mizzou won the most recent meeting between the two teams, 45–41, they will enter Saturday’s game with the advantage.

There may likely be traffic delays because the game is sold out.

Tyler Bush, a native of Columbia who grew up cheering for the squad, said a victory would mean a lot. Even yet, he added that he would never forget the contest that qualified the Tigers for the 2013 SEC Championship game.

“I remember that Texas A&M game when we knocked off Johnny Manziel and them boys to get to that game so this is huge, this is huge,” Bush said.

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