Numerous adherents of school football don't understand that the football contention game played between the University of Missouri (Mizzou for short) Tigers and the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers for the Victory Bell prize is the second most seasoned competition inside the Big 12 Conference. The University of Missouri and the University of Kansas contention originates before the Cornhuskers and Tigers competition by one year and five days. As well as being the second most seasoned competition in their gathering this is really the third most established contention west of Mississippi River despite the fact that most easygoing football fans that are not from the space don't typically relate these two projects as opponents. ยูฟ่าเบทออโต้ The Victory Bell is the name of the prize granted to the yearly victor of this game. The thought for the chime prize was pronounced by previous University of Missouri athletic chief Chester Brewer in 1926. The Victory Bell prize is a voyaging prize which implies that the triumphant program will keep the prize until it is played for again in the resulting game held the accompanying season. The scores from each game since 1926 have been engraved on the Victory Bell. The principal meeting between these two projects that are 320 miles separated happened way back on November 5, 1892. The game was played in Omaha, Nebraska (the University of Nebraska is situated in Lincoln, NE) and won by the Cornhuskers. The continuous series has now arrived at an aggregate of 103 games through 2009 and the Cornhuskers have a directing lead over the Mizzou Tigers with a record in this competition round of 64-36-3. For a large part of the series history the general standings were exceptionally close. Up until 1978 the University of Nebraska held a thin lead by an edge of just five games prior to racking off successes during every one of the following 24 challenges. On October 11, 2003 at a home game in Columbia, MO the Mizzou football program caught its first success against in this disproportionate contention in 25 years. This specific surprise accompanied the Cornhuskers entering the game positioned number 10 in the nation while the Missouri Tigers were unranked going into the challenge. Of course Missouri fans hurried the field, the goal lines were destroyed, and understudies praised until quite a bit later. For practically the entirety of the overflowing understudies at the Columbia grounds the October, 2003 game was the primary success for the Tigers in this competition in the course of their lives. Almost five years after the fact on October 4, 2008 Mizzou would get its first success in Lincoln, NE in 30 years. Before this triumph the last Tigers win in Lincoln had happened when NFL Hall of Famer Kellen Winslow Senior was playing for the Missouri Tigers. Such a lot of time had elapsed that the child of Kellen Winslow (Kellen Winslow Junior) was at that point playing in the NFL.