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PHOTO GALLERY: First half highlights from Missouri vs. Oklahoma

Saturday, October 23, 2010 | 11:02 p.m. CDT; updated 11:14 p.m. CDT, Saturday, October 23, 2010
Missouri linebacker Will Ebner celebrates a tackle in the second quarter of Saturday's game against Oklahoma.

COLUMBIA – Missouri entered halftime with a 17-14 lead in its homecoming matchup against Oklahoma. The Tigers held on for the win in the second half.

With the score tied at 7, MU fans cheer on the Tiger football team during the first quarter of the Homecoming game against Oklahoma.
Sophomore defensive end Aldon Smith runs the ball downfield after intercepting a pass in the first quarter against Oklahoma on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
Senior safety Jarrell Harrison dives to tackle Oklahoma wide receiver Ryan Boyles during the 1st quarter of the Homecoming game on Saturday at Faurot Field.
Junior quarterback Blaine Gabbert runs the ball during the first quarter against Oklahoma.
Junior wide receiver Jerrell Jackson tries to stay up as he is tackled by two Oklahoma defenders during the second half on Saturday.
Senior safety Jasper Simmons raises his hands to pump up the crowd as the Tigers take the field before the game Saturday.

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