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What they're tweeting about Missouri's big victory

Saturday, October 23, 2010 | 11:25 p.m. CDT

MU faithful celebrate the big homecoming victory in the twittersphere. 

ESPN college sports writer Pat Forde:
@espn4d: It's called the Show Me State. And Missouri showed the nation tonight.

Retweet from former Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel:
@ChaseDaniel: Couldn't agree more. Well said!! #Mizzou

Former Missouri linebacker Sean Weatherspoon:
@SeanWSpoon56: All my bros went off! No retreat no surrender! Go Mizzou I'm out!

Former Missouri kicker Jeff Wolfert:
@jwolfert: Can't tell you how excited I am. We just knocked a #1 ranked Oklahoma team. Ah the aches and pains they have caused us in the past. Payback!

Former Missourian football reporter Andrew Astleford:
@aastleford: Hacksaws wanted in #CoMo. What a night it will be. #Mizzougameday #NCAA #Mizzou

St. Louis Post sports columnist Bernie Miklasz:
@miklasz: I am in Tampa. Cannot even comprehend what it will be like in CoMo from now until dawn. Alert the Missouri National Guard, LOL.

Former Missouri basketball player Michael Anderson Jr.:
@JrView13: Columbia is about to be on FIRE tonite!!!!!! Let's goooooooo!!! #Mizzou


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