Feeling blue about last night's loss, Mizzou fans? School spirit not making you feel any better? Don't worry, we got you covered. Just remind yourself how tough the competition was! This guy:
More misery below!
Really, the best way to get over the Tigers' unceremonious loss in the first round of the NCAA Tournament is to vent about it on the Interwebs.
Now that you're feeling as low as possible, we present to you some other really sad Mizzou fans!
Mizzou goes down vine.co/v/bDWLw1zIbzQ— Sean Verbanic (@seanverbanic) March 22, 2013
Not sure what is more frustrating--Mizzou or the 1982 TV. vine.co/v/bDWxpVF6e5q— Janet Murphy (@Murphychica) March 22, 2013
Really happy with his Tigers... vine.co/v/bDWeJAnmEjP— Katie D. (@douglaskatiee) March 22, 2013
Continue for more March Sadness.
Here are some hopeful folks prior to the loss. Silly optimism.
MIZZOU vine.co/v/bDWAJllx1wU— Abby Vega(@AVega5) March 22, 2013
Some fans pumped mizzou first half vine.co/v/bDW6xMMEFZ0— Andy Lowes (@Andy_Lowes) March 22, 2013
Continue for the best Tweets of sadness.
Twitter venting. Really therapeutic:
MU lost to a team led by a kid from Lawrence in a building named for a KU alum #mizzou— Bob Fescoe (@bobfescoe) March 22, 2013
#Mizzou problems: I list these b/c I have earned it after being a fan my entire life & b/c the issues I have pointed out are FIXABLE.— Jane Dueker (@JaneDueker) March 22, 2013
I mean, #mizzou is losing, but between Jon Hamm & DGB they could just flop 'em out and be declared winners, right? It's that kinda tourney?— alex fritz (@boxcar_fritz) March 22, 2013
Jesus Christ #Mizzou. are you kidding.— Eli Yokley (@eyokley) March 16, 2013
#mizzou mens basketball was a disappointment this year.Good individual players that didn't come together as a team.— Ken Bentlage (@kenbentlage) March 22, 2013
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