PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri beats Bowling Green 27-20

Saturday, September 12, 2009 | 11:57 p.m. CDT
Wide receiver Jarrell Jackson takes a silent moment in the endzone prior to kickoff.

Despite trailing 20-6 until late in the third quarter, the Missouri Tigers came from behind to beat Bowling Green, 27-20. The Tigers offense was stagnant early in the game but came alive for two fourth-quarter touchdowns. Running back Derrick Washington had 124 yards rushing and scored the winning touchdown.

Missouri defensive backs Sean Weatherspoon and Carl Gettis team up to bring down Bowling Green wide receiver Freddie Barnes in Saturday's Tigers victory.
Running back Derrick Washington stiff arms Bowling Green defensive back Adrien Spencer while running the ball in Saturday's Tigers victory.
Linebacker Joe Plevel tackles Bowling Green wide receiver Freddie Barnes during a second-half play.
Students in the Tiger's Lair cheer on the Tigers after a come-from-behind victory.
Quarterback Blaine Gabbert runs out of the pocket while trying to find an open receiver Saturday against Bowling Green.
Quarterback Blaine Gabbert looks downfield for an open receiver late in the first half of Saturday's Tigers victory.
Missouri tailback Derrick Washington tries to fight his way through the Bowling Green defense in the first half of Saturday's Tigers victory.
Blaine Gabbert hands off to Derrick Washington in the first half of the Tigers' victory against Bowling Green on Saturday.

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