PHOTO GALLERY: Tigers take down Colorado Buffaloes

Saturday, October 9, 2010 | 9:18 p.m. CDT; updated 1:18 a.m. CDT, Sunday, October 10, 2010
Blaine Gabbert and others run out onto the field at the beginning of the game against Colorado on Saturday. Gabbert passed for 191 yards and 2 touchdowns during the Tigers shutout.

COLUMBIA — The Missouri Tigers' football team played the Colorado Buffaloes on Saturday at Faurot Field. This game marked the last time MU will play Colorado, who will leave the Big 12 for the Pac 10 next year, in conference play.

Kip Edwards, No. 1, runs down field with Jarrell Harrison, No. 11, in the second half of Saturday's game against Colorado.
James Franklin, No. 1, pushes through Colorado's defense on Saturday.
Tailgaters abandon their tent before kickoff of the MU vs. Colorado game on Saturday.
Kendial Lawrence, No. 4, carries the ball down the field on Saturday, avoiding a tackle by Colorado's Nick Kasa, No. 44.
De'Vion Moore, No. 26, evades a tackle in the second half of MU's game against Colorado on Saturday. MU left Colorado scoreless.
MU football players shake hands with fans after their 26-0 defeat of Colorado.
Michael Egnew, No. 82, leaps and catches the final touchdown of MU's game against Colorado on Saturday. MU won 26-0.
Missouri quarterback James Franklin rushes during the fourth quarter of the Tigers' game last October against Colorado. Franklin played for the entire fourth quarter and completed a touchdown pass.
Terrell Resonno, No. 93, blocks the field goal attempt of Colorado kicker Justin Castor, No. 40, on Saturday.
Blaine Gabbert passes.
Missouri linebacker Zaviar Gooden swats away an attempted pass by Colorado quarterback Tyler Hansen in the Tigers' shutout victory in October at Memorial Stadium.
Wes Kemp, left, and Michael Egnew, right, celebrate after Egnew's second touchdown reception during the Tigers win against Colorado on Saturday. The Tigers shut the Buffaloes out 26-0.
Tight end Michael Egnew reaches the end zone after a reception from Blaine Gabbert in the second quarter of the game against Colorado on Saturday. Egnew had two touchdowns in the 26-0 win, which brought the Tigers to 5-0 overall.
Tight end Michael Egnew catches a touchdown pass from freshman quarterback James Franklin in the fourth quarter of the game against Colorado on Saturday at Faurot Field. The Tigers defeated the Buffaloes 26-0.
Missouri defensive lineman sidesteps a blocker on his way to sacking Colorado quarterback Tyler Hansen (No. 9) in the Tigers shutout victory Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
Missouri linebacker Zaviar Gooden swats away Colorado quarterback Tyler Hansen's pass during the first half of Saturday's game.
Teammates congratulate Missouri's Trey Barrow (97) after his 26-yard punt fake during the first half of Saturday's game against Colorado. The Tigers won 26-0.
Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert evades a tackle by Colorado's BJ Beatty during Saturday's game.
Colorado's Chidera Uzo-Diribe strips the ball from Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert during Saturday's game. Even after the turnover, Colorado remained scoreless. Missouri won 26-0.
Colorado football head coach Dan Hawkins complains to an official about a call during the first quarter of Colorado's game against Missouri on Saturday. Hawkins' Buffaloes trailed 19-0 after the first half.

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John Schreiber October 9, 2010 | 10:52 p.m.

Where are all the game shots?

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