PHOTO GALLERY: Tailgates, Marching Mizzou and Fans
Saturday, September 18, 2010 | 10:29 p.m. CDT;
updated 11:45 p.m. CDT, Saturday, September 18, 2010
The MU cheer team leads the way as the Tigers football team takes the field against San Diego State at Faurot Field on Saturday.
COLUMBIA — Football players aren't the only ones who are busy on game day. During each home game, members of the cheer squad and Marching Mizzou work hard to pump up the team and crowd. Other Tigers chose to celebrate MU's game against San Diego State Saturday with themed tailgates and body paint.
Marching Mizzou heads over to Faurot Field from the Hearnes Center, where they warm-up, before MU's football game against San Diego State on Saturday. Marching Mizzou has to arrive one hour before the game starts so that they can play during the opening ceremonies.
Marching Mizzou members, from left, Andrew Newman, a freshman, and Seth Elder, a senior, who are both trombone players, help suit each other up in their uniforms before heading over to Faurot Field before the MU football game against San Diego State on Saturday.
Marching Mizzou drumline members, from left, Will Lyons, a freshman, and Nick Ebner, a junior, warm-up outside of the Hearnes Center before MU's football game against San Diego State on Saturday. Marching Mizzou is present for every home game and have to arrive one hour before kickoff to start the game.
Fans cheer as the MU football team takes the field Saturday.
Decorations at a tailgate outside Memorial Stadium on Saturday. Many tailgates had stuffed tigers to help add to the festivity.
From left, Mary Kaitlyn Condict, 10, Maggie Condict, 6, and Julia LaHue, 8, fill their plates with fiesta-themed food at a tailgate on Saturday. Each week their families have a different theme for their food and decorations at the tailgate.
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