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Stadium Stories: Missouri Tigers
     

Stadium Stories: Missouri Tigers

by Brian Peterson
 
Relive Classic Moments in Tigers History!
Thrilling victories, crushing defeats, comical mishaps, and colorful coaches, players, and fans-these are the legendary moments and larger-than-life personalities that have made the Missouri Tigers a gridiron favorite.
In Stadium Stories: Missouri Tigers, veteran journalist Brian C. Peterson shares his favorite

Overview

Relive Classic Moments in Tigers History!
Thrilling victories, crushing defeats, comical mishaps, and colorful coaches, players, and fans-these are the legendary moments and larger-than-life personalities that have made the Missouri Tigers a gridiron favorite.
In Stadium Stories: Missouri Tigers, veteran journalist Brian C. Peterson shares his favorite memories of this beloved team. Together you'll relive the highs and lows and become reacquainted with some of the team's all-time greatest heroes and legends including:
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Coach Don Faurot, who has come to be known through the ages as "Mr. Missouri Football"
" The annual border war with Mizzou's despised archrivals to the west-the Kansas Jayhawks
" Missouri's divine 1960s with head-coaching legend Dan Devine
" The Tigers recent renaissance, led by quarterback phenom Brad Smith

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780762738205
Publisher:
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date:
09/01/2005
Series:
Stadium Stories Series
Pages:
176
Product dimensions:
5.56(w) x 8.24(h) x 0.46(d)

Meet the Author

Brian Peterson has covered football as a writer and editor for the National Football League for the past fifteen years and has bled the Black and Gold of Missouri football since 1987. A former scholarship linebacker at Azusa Pacific University and walk-on defensive back at Mizzou, Peterson brings a wealth of football expertise and a passion for the sport to all of his projects that include hundreds of feature stories in magazines, newspapers, and on the Internet; radio commentary; and three books (Terrell Davis, 1001 Facts About Running Backs, and NFL Rules! Bloopers, Pranks, Upsets, and Touchdowns).

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