Mizzou reveals uniform combination for homecoming matchup against North Texas

It’s homecoming week at Missouri, and the Tigers will hope to snap a two-game losing streak Saturday.

After opening the year with 2 wins in its first 3 games, Mizzou has

dropped back-to-back contests against Boston College and Tennessee. It’s also lost each of its first 2 SEC games, as it fell at Kentucky in Week 2. But this week, the Tigers could get back on track in

a non-conference matchup with North Texas.

On Thursday, Missouri revealed its uniform combination for the homecoming game: gold helmets, black jerseys and black pants. And it also dropped an announcement video with it:

This will be only the second time that Missouri and North Texas have faced off. The Tigers won their previous meeting against the Mean Green, notching a 28-7 home victory on Sept. 2, 1995.

It will also be Mizzou’s 110th homecoming celebration.

Missouri and North Texas will kick off on Saturday at 4 p.m. ET on SEC Network.

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  • There is a lot to fix for Mizzou. It seemed everything that could go wrong, went wrong in the Tennessee game.

    • If we had a #75 rushing defense (like our pass), you can fix things during the game. It becomes a triage situation when you're defense is hemorrhaging points quicker than you can score. Fix the defense, you can work your offense. You're right in your assessment though. Our defense is bad from basics on up. There is no excuse for how these guys came into the season. And that's coaching.

  • That's pretty cool how the majorette throws the baton in the air and it comes down as a football. Getting the Golden Girls and the Marching Band involved was a nice touch.

    • No doubt but, the fashion show must go on for the uniform sellers I guess, because personally wouldn’t notice any difference if they showed up in the same solid gold uniform every week.

  • Awesome video. Horrible Yellow Helmets. Git rid of those Yellow Helmets permanently. I’ll sign the petition. Go Tigers! Let’s turn this season back around starting today!

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