As Missouri joins the ranks of the SEC, we thought it might help our new
enemies neighbors and co-super-conference conspirators understand the “Mizzou way” by sharing our somewhat impressive outburst of Mizzou-related music videos taking up residence on YouTube. There’s hip-hop, country, and whatever it is they do on Glee, but one thing all these videos share is a love for old Mizzou. The gauntlet has been thrown down. Come with it, SEC and fest on the musical majesty that is M-I-Z… [waiting on a response]
The first video is also the most recent. Apparently, the attempt was to show just how country or southern we Missourians can roll. I think the boat pulled through a wheat field says it all. And yes, that is how all the girls at the University of Missouri dress all the time. Hell, you should see the faculty.
“We Are Mizzou”
Some of you may know that our big rival is Kansas. After it was announced Missouri was bolting for the greener grass of the SEC (Amirite, Les Miles?), Kansas wanted nothing to do with us. So, we gave them a little bit of the above, prompting a response.
Note: You may notice a resemblance between the three dudes in both videos. This is a coincidence. All dudes at Mizzou look alike.
It’s not Appalachian State-worthy, but it’s close. And yes, we claim both Sheryl Crow and Jon Hamm as alums. Also, Brad Pitt attended Mizzou, but he didn’t finish.
“Cats from Ol’ Mizzou”
Kickin’ it old-school with this blast from the past, for those of you who weren’t aware, we’re a basketball school (without a Final Four appearance). This not only shows the tradition in Mizzou basketball but also in Mizzou rap videos.
We do love our volley ball team. Yes we do. Joining the SEC isn’t just about football, yo.
“Every Girl at Mizzou”
Of course, that was not actually the “Every Girl at Mizzou” video. The original has been filtered as private, but you have to believe me when I tell you that it was the all-time greatest Mizzou-themed music video EVER. This fact cannot be debated. Of course, if you’ve never seen it, you’ll just have to take my word for it and trust that the scintillating promises in the “behind the scenes” video are kept ten-fold.