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PHOTO GALLERY: Preparations for MU Homecoming parade, 'College GameDay' begin

Wednesday, October 20, 2010 | 8:20 p.m. CDT; updated 8:57 a.m. CDT, Thursday, October 21, 2010
FarmHouse senior Mark Wehmeyer, left, and Alpha Delta Pi sisters Emily Robinson and Leslie Dixon paint the FarmHouse fraternity float Wednesday in preparation for the MU Homecoming parade.

MU students are working together to create fraternity and sorority floats for the MU Homecoming parade that will be at noon Saturday.

Three white semi-trucks with ESPN's "College GameDay" park on the Eighth Street circle near Jesse Hall on Wednesday. Setup for the show is scheduled to start on Thursday.
Alpha Gamma Sigma freshman Jonathan Fuller kicks boards in place for his house's decorations Wednesday.
From left, Alpha Delta Pi freshman Leslie Dixon, FarmHouse senior Mark Wehmeyer and Alpha Delta Pi freshman Emily Robinson work on painting FarmHouse's MU Homecoming float Wednesday.
FarmHouse senior Mark Wehmeyer paints the columns on his fraternity's MU Homecoming float Wednesday.
From left, MU students Craig Solomon, Marc Jensen, Brett Jones and Jonathan Fuller work on house decorations Wednesday for their fraternity Alpha Gamma Sigma.
Alpha Gamma Sigma freshman Jonathan Fuller, front, and junior Brett Jones assemble decorations for their fraternity house Wednesday.

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Bill Fisher October 21, 2010 | 8:15 p.m.

I was downtown and around campus this evening and the place is crazy! Lots of art everywhere if you want something to photograph.

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