Separated into two tiers, Mizzou Arena has level 1 and level 2. With a huge arena, you can expect lots of tickets to be sold but also great seats everywhere you look.
Sections 101-103 and sections 118-120 claim all the students. As one of the greatest student sections, this area is crowded with a sea of yellow, posters, signs, noise and cheer. These Mizzou Tigers don't let any leave the arena without a fight.
Sections 104, 108-113, and 117 are classified as longer corners. Sections 105-107 are reserved for club purchasers. Sections 114-116 are lower sides whereas sections 205-207 and 214-216 are the upper sides. The remaining 200 level sections are all upper seats.
The Tigers kick off the 2017-2018 season with new head coach Cuonzo Martin and assistant coach Michael Porter Sr. The Tigers play in Mizzou Arena located in Columbia, MO. It's time for a fresh start and Mizzou basketball is ready to take on any team that comes their way. However, Mizzou went through its changes from seasons past, just as every team does. Let's take a look at the history of Mizzou basketball.
Originally, the Mizzou Tigers held their own in the Big 12 conference. However, in the 2012-2013 season, NCAA realigned teams and Mizzou transferred into the SEC conference. That year, Mizzou made it to the NCAA D1 Men's Basketball Tournament ranked as No. 9 seed. Prior to 2013, the Tigers made it to the tournament 26 times, with five consecutive years from 2009-2013.
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