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POLL: Which of these was your favorite moment for Mizzou Football?

There are many, but which one of these was your favorite?

Texas A&M v Missouri Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images

Welcome back to this week’s poll question! Our audience on Twitter had their say and now it is your turn to weigh in. Here is the poll and then let’s dive into the results.

There were over 1,400 votes and 53% selected the Mizzou/Kansas game in 2007. That is not surprising, but the interesting part here is which one came in second. The Kickoff Return for a TD against OU came in second with 20% of the votes, followed by Henry Josey’s TD vs. Texas A&M to win the SEC East in 2013 at 15%, and 12% said beating Nebraska in 2003. Personally, I was expecting that to be second, the Kickoff return for a TD to be third.

Beating Nebraska cannot be overstated because that was such an important hurdle to get over for the Mizzou Football program but maybe with it being 15 years ago, it has lost a little bit of its shine. Beating Kansas will remain fun no matter what, so that is not surprising here.

Here are some of the replies:

Standing. Ovation. This is a beautiful way to look at this poll.

Any other #TeamGoldPants people out there?

Never forget A&M elected to not have a safety high here and once Josey broke through, it was OVER.

There was great feedback here and we hope you enjoy these as much as we do. If you did not get a chance to vote on Twitter (or want to vote again) now is your chance!


Which of these was your favorite moment for Mizzou Football?

This poll is closed

  • 19%
    Henry Josey TD v. A&M - 2013
    (74 votes)
  • 16%
    Beating Nebraska in 2003
    (61 votes)
  • 42%
    Mizzou/Kansas - 2007
    (162 votes)
  • 21%
    Kickoff Return for a TD v. OU - 2010
    (80 votes)
377 votes total Vote Now

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