Filed under: Stream Missouri Football Missouri vs. Texas A&M: Aggies crush Tigers, 59-29 Contributors: SB Nation Kansas City Staff Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: Missouri vs. Texas A&M: Aggies crush Tigers, 59-29 Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email Missouri concluded its inaugural season in the SEC with a 5-7 overall record and a 2-6 stand in conference play. 8 Total Updates Since Nov 19, 2012, 7:02am CST Follow this stream November 25, 2012 Mizzou falls to Aggies in final SEC match-up By Matt Conner The No. 9 Aggies easily dispatched the Missouri Tigers to cap off a successful first season in the SEC. November 25, 2012 Missouri ends first year in SEC with blowout loss By T.J. Doyle The Missouri Tigers ended their initial season in the SEC with a 30-point blowout loss to fellow newcomer Texas A&M on Saturday. November 24, 2012 Missouri vs. Texas A&M: Game time, odds and more By JonTayler Missouri will have to take down No. 9 Texas A&M on Saturday night to become bowl eligible for an eighth straight year. November 23, 2012 James Franklin's status in doubt By Connor Moylan Gary Pinkel told the media on Wednesday that James Franklin status is a "game-time decision." November 22, 2012 Pinkel says RB Kendial Lawrence has NFL future By Jonathan Tjarks The senior RB has been one of the few bright spots in what's been a disappointing first year in the SEC for Missouri. November 21, 2012 Missouri heavy underdog against Aggies By Jay Asser The Missouri Tigers enter this week as 22-point underdogs against a red-hot Texas A&M team. November 20, 2012 Gary Pinkel is impressed with Johnny Manziel By Adam Stites The redshirt freshman has thrown for more than 250 yards in each of his last six games. November 19, 2012 Tigers set to face yet another top-10 opponent By Bryan Kilpatrick@purplerowBK Missouri faces yet another tough opponent on Saturday in Texas A&M, which has lost two games this season by a total of eight points and owns a victory over mighty Alabama.