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Scenes from the last home game

Sunday, November 9, 2008 | 5:15 p.m. CST; updated 5:36 p.m. CST, Sunday, November 9, 2008
Derrick Washington runs for a gain during action in the first half of the game against Kansas State Saturday.
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Defensive stops. Senior celebrations. These were some of the scenes from the Tigers' game against the Wildcats.

Kevin Rutland, defensive back, celebrates with other Missouri defenders after intercepting a Carson Coffman KSU pass in the 4th quarter.
Ron Prince, head coach for the Kansas State Wildcats, during the second half against Missouri. Prince is leaving at the end of the season.
Missouri seniors Chase Daniel and Tommy Saunders celebrate amid fans after their last home game.
Jeron Mastrud, Wildcat tight end, is smothered by the Missouri defense during first-half action.
Despite the 29 degree wind chill at game time, MU students, from left, Brian Gavin, Bradley Heath and Taylor Zak waited in line since noon, and Daniel Bailey, far right, waited in line since 1 p.m. Saturday to be shirtless and painted for the MU vs. Kansas State game.
Senior linebacker Van Alexander (facing camera) is congratulated by Luke Lambert as Alexander runs down the corridor of teammates during pre-game honors for senior teammates. The game against Kansas State is the last home game for the Tigers this season.
Kenji Jackson, defensive back, celebrates with other MU defensive players after stopping Kansas State on a third down during first-half action.

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