Gary Pinkel ran onto the field at Memorial Stadium for his first game as Missouri football coach in 2001, and 118 victories later he’ll coach his final home game for the Tigers on Saturday night.
Gary Pinkel ran onto the field at Memorial Stadium for his first game as Missouri football coach in 2001, and 118 victories later he’ll coach his final home game for the Tigers on Saturday night. MARCIO JOSE SANCHEZ 2001 file photo
Gary Pinkel ran onto the field at Memorial Stadium for his first game as Missouri football coach in 2001, and 118 victories later he’ll coach his final home game for the Tigers on Saturday night. MARCIO JOSE SANCHEZ 2001 file photo

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