COLUMBIA, Mo. - The annual Black & Gold game was the first opportunity for Missouri Tigers fans to see the team that would play in the school’s first S.E.C. season.
While 79,000 flocked to S.E.C. powerhouse Alabama’s spring game, just 19,000 Mizzou fans showed up in Columbia for the Tigers.
The game featured lots of offense, with wide receiver Jimmie Hunt having a big day with 3 catches for 110 yards and a touchdown.
Lee's Summit's Corbin Berkstresser subbed at quarterback for the injured James Franklin and went 13 for 20 with 213 yards, a touchdown and an interception.
Mizzou also unveiled their new uniforms Saturday. The Tigers upgraded with three different sets of uniforms as they prepare to open play in the S.E.C. in September.
The men’s and women’s basketball teams also unveiled new uniform styles.
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