PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri beats Furman 52-12
Saturday, September 19, 2009 | 8:53 p.m. CDT;
updated 9:00 p.m. CDT, Saturday, September 19, 2009
Missouri running back Kendial Lawrence runs downfield despite losing a shoe during the Tigers' game against the Furman Paladins.
The Missouri Tigers used a trick play — a 40-yard touchdown pass from receiver Danario Alexander to receiver Jared Perry — and
several other long passing plays to blow out the Furman Paladins. It
was the first touchdown pass of Alexander's college career. Quarterback
Blaine Gabbert threw for 256 yards and three touchdowns.
Missouri safety Jasper Simmons recovers a fumble from the Furman Paladins during the third quarter of Saturday's game.
Mizzou defensive lineman Jaquies Smith, 3, runs for the end zone after intercepting a pass during the third quarter of Saturday's game at Memorial Stadium.
Tiger quarterback Blaine Gabbert rushes for a touchdown during the second quarter of Saturday's victory over Furman.
Furman cornerback Ryan Steed and Missouri wide reciever Danario Alexander fight for position near the end zone.
Missouri's Danario Alexander, 81, hops into the end zone past Furman's Julian Hicks, 31, during the second quarter of Saturday's game.
Missouri's Kerwin Stricker, center, uses his head to knock the ball loose from the Furman Paladins' Tyler Maples in the third quarter Saturday. The Tigers defeated the Paladins 52-12.
Missouri tight end Michael Egnew, 82, is wrapped up by Furman players Rick Furman, 37, and Josh Lynn, 91. The Tigers defeated the Paladins 52-12.
Missouri wide receivers Jared Perry, left, and Wes Kemp celebrate following one of Perry's two touchdowns in the first quarter of Missouri's 52-12 victory over Furman.
Furman running back Jerry Williams tries to evade Missouri linebacker Andrew Gachkar.
Missouri running back Derrick Washington (24) slips by Furman's Shaun Van Rensburg with the help of Missouri offensive lineman Dan Hoch.
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