Mizzou-Oklahoma game sold out

COULMBIA, Mo. (MU) - Mizzou's Homecoming game against Oklahoma this Saturday has officially sold out. The Tigers and Sooners will square off at 7 p.m. at Faurot Field and a crowd of over 70,000 is anticipated. The game can be seen live on KAIT.

A reminder for Saturday's game that all fans are encouraged to Wear Gold and arrive early to enter the stadium due to the sold out crowd. ESPN GameDay will be broadcasting live from Francis Quadrangle by Jesse Hall from 8-11 a.m. on Saturday and the Homecoming Parade will take place downtown starting at Noon. Greet the football team as it arrives at the stadium for Tiger Walk at 4:45 p.m. at the pedestrian bridge over Providence Road. Please visit mutigers.com, mizzou.com or missouri.edu for more information on all gameday and Homecoming events this weekend.

Tickets still remain for Missouri's final home game of the year, on Nov. 13 against Kansas State. That game will be Senior Day, as the senior class will be recognized on the field prior to kickoff. To order tickets for the MU-KSU matchup, call 1-800-CAT-PAWS (884-PAWS in Mid-Missouri), go online to mutigers.com or visit the Mizzou Arena Ticket Office.

Tickets for the Tigers' regular season finale against rival Kansas on Nov. 27 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City are also still available.

University of Missouri Department of Athletics Media Relations