Coach Pinkel and ZOUNation Magazine teamed up with Academy Sports + Outdoors in Columbia on Wednesday to provide more than 30 Douglass High School students with a private shopping spree. Coach Pinkel spoke to the crowd of students before presenting each high schooler with a $100 Academy Sports gift card to shop for t-shirts, cold weather gear, hats, polos, shoes, novelty items and more. The students were rewarded for excelling in the One Step Forward “Transformation High” program.

 

 

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Coach was back on campus at the University of Toledo this week, the first stop on his 100-Yard Journey book signing tour. GP was also recognized at halftime of Toledo’s 54-51 win over Tulsa as a part of the program’s centennial anniversary. 

Pinkel coached at UT from 1991-2000 winning 73 games, most all time. 

Toledo greats honored at Toledo football centennial anniversary; Former UT Head Coach Jack Murphy (left) , Pinkel (middle) and Tom Amstutz (right). 

 

Pinkel hanging at the Gateway at Barnes & Nobel in Toledo, Ohio. 

Pinkel featured on Jerry Anderson’s ‘Leading Edge’ on WTOL-TV 11 in Toledo. 

 

Next stop on the tour is the Mizzou Store on September 27 @ 1 p.m. 

COLUMBIA– Upon the release of his new book ‘The 100-Yard Journey’, Coach Pinkel will make appearances at the following locations. Click here to purchase your copy.

September 16, 2:00pm – 4:00pm @ Barnes and Noble – University of Toledo

Septemer 20, 6:30pm – 8:30 pm @ Barnes and Noble – Columbia Mall (with Dave Matter)

September 27, 1:00pm @ The Mizzou Store

 November 15, 1:00pm @ Mizzou Store (Holiday Author Fair)

 

 

 

*list to be updated with more appearances

COLUMBIA – Coach Pinkel and the 2007 Mizzou Football team were honored at halftime of Missouri v. Missouri State Saturday, in recognition of the team’s 10-year anniversary. The 2007 squad finished 12-2, winning the Big 12 North and defeating Arkansas in the Cotton Bowl. Missouri reached its first ever Big 12 Championship game and #1 BCS ranking thanks to a 36-28 victory over Kansas at Arrowhead Stadium. Quarterback Chase Daniel, who finished 4th in Heisman voting in 2007, missed the ceremony due to the birth of his son.

 

 

Coach Pinkel joined by 2007 team and family at the Clinton Club for a private dinner on Friday, September 1, 2017.