25 October 2011

Mizzou vs SEC (Football) Breakdown

This post breaks down how Mizzou has done against the SEC in the past, including the last time Mizzou played each school (I've included the opponents' overall record for the season of the last meeting in parenthesis). The stats include 2012 SEC addition Texas A&M.

OVERALL: 25-14-1 vs SEC (including 4-7 record vs TAMU)
ALABAMA
(Tigers lead 2-1)
1968 — *Missouri, 35-10 at Jacksonville (Gator Bowl)
1975 — Missouri, 20-7 at Birmingham
1978 — Alabama, 38-20 at Columbia (Bama 1978 finished 11-1)
ARKANSAS
(Tigers lead 3-2)
1906 — Missouri, 11-0 at Columbia
1944 — Arkansas, 7-6 at St. Louis
1963 — Missouri, 7-6 at Little Rock
2003 — Arkansas, 27-14 at Shreveport, La. (Independence Bowl)
2008 — Missouri, 38-7 at Dallas, Texas (Cotton Bowl) (Arkansas finished 2007 8-5)
AUBURN
(MU Tigers lead 1-0)
1973 — Missouri, 34-17 at El Paso (Sun Bowl) (Auburn finished 1973 6-6)
FLORIDA
(Tigers lead 1-0)
1966 — Missouri, 20-18 at New Orleans (Sugar Bowl) (Florida finished 1965 at 7-4)
GEORGIA
(Bulldogs lead 1-0)
1960 — Georgia, 14-0 at Miami (Orange Bowl) (Georgia finished 1960 6-4)
KENTUCKY
(Wildcats lead 2-1)
1904 — Missouri, 37-6 at Columbia
1965 — Kentucky, 7-0 at Columbia
1968 — Kentucky, 12-6 at Lexington (Kentucky finished 1968 3-7)
LOUISIANA STATE
(MU Tigers lead 1-0)
1978 — Missouri 20-15, at Memphis (Liberty Bowl) (LSU finished 1978 8-4)
MISSISSIPPI
(Tigers lead 5-1)
1973 — Missouri, 17-0 at Columbia
1974 — Mississippi, 10-0 at Jackson
1978 — Missouri, 45-14 at Columbia
1979 — Missouri, 33-7 at Jackson
2006 — Missouri, 34-7 at Columbia
2007 — Missouri, 38-25 at Oxford (Ole Miss finished 2007 3-8)
MISSISSIPPI STATE
(Tigers lead 2-0)
1981 — Missouri, 14-3 at Jackson
1984 — Missouri, 47-30 at Columbia (Miss St finished 1984 at 9-2)
SOUTH CAROLINA
(Tigers lead 2-0)
1979 — Missouri, 24-14 at Birmingham (Hall of Fame Bowl)
2005 — Missouri, 38-31 at Shreveport (Independence Bowl) (S. Carolina finished 2005 at 7-5)
TEXAS A&M (SEC member starting 2012)
(Aggies lead 7-4)
1957 — Texas A&M, 28-0 at Columbia
1958 — Texas A&M, 12-0 at College Station
1992 — Texas A&M, 26-13 at Columbia
1993 — Texas A&M, 73-0 at College Station
1998 — Texas A&M, 17-14 at College Station
1999 –– Texas A&M, 51-14 at Columbia
2002 –– Missouri, 33-27 (OT) at College Station
2003 –– Missouri, 45-22 at Columbia
2006 — Texas A&M, 25-19 at College Station
2007 — Missouri, 40-26 at Columbia
2010 — Missouri, 30-9 at College Station (TAMU finished 2010 at 9-4)
VANDERBILT
(Tigers lead 2-1-1)
1895 — Missouri, 16-0 at Columbia
1896 — Missouri, 26-6 at St. Louis
1957 — Tie, 7-7 at Columbia
1958 — Vanderbilt, 12-8 at Columbia (Vandy finished 1958 at 5-2-3)
TENNESSEE
Missouri has never played against the Tennessee Volunteers in football.

Here’s the breakdown by decade:
1890s: Missouri 2-0
1900s: Missouri 2-0
1940s: Missouri 0-1
1950s: Missouri 0-3-1
1960s: Missouri 3-3
1970s: Missouri 7-2
1980s: Missouri 2-0
1990s: Missouri 0-4
2000s: Missouri 7-2
2010s: Missouri 1-0

Bowl games: Missouri 7-2
Regular-season games: 17-13-1

Here’s the breakdown by Missouri head coaches’ career records against the SEC 13:
C.D. “Pop” Bliss: 1-0
Frank Patterson: 1-0
John F. McLean: 1-0
W.J. Monilow: 1-0
Chauncey Simpson: 0-1
Frank Broyles: 0-1-1
Dan Devine: 3-5
Al Onofrio: 3-1
Warren Powers: 6-1
Bob Stull: 0-2
Larry Smith: 0-2:
Gary Pinkel: 8-2

Of those the SEC teams (and future SEC team) that Pinkel has coached against, here’s how each of them finished that particular season:
2002 Texas A&M: 6-6
2003 Texas A&M: 4-8
2003 Arkansas: 9-4
2005 South Carolina: 7-5
2006 Mississippi: 4-8
2006 Texas A&M: 9-4
2007 Mississippi: 3-9
2007 Texas A&M: 7-6
2007 Arkansas: 8-5
2010 Texas A&M: 9-4

courtesy: Dave Matter and the Columbia Daily Tribune.
http://www.columbiatribune.com/weblogs/behind-the-stripes/2011/oct/05/missouris-history-vs-sec/
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NOTE: A lot of these wins are immaterial, considering how long ago they occurred. 1896 was the last time we won against Vanderbilt, 115 years ago. The one-time meetings against Auburn, LSU, Florida and Georgia are not indicative of overall performance of those teams, especially considering all four have won at least one national championship in the last 11 years.

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