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Tell us which of these posters you like best

Tuesday, October 26, 2010 | 11:50 a.m. CDT
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The Tigers 36-27 victory over previously top-ranked Oklahoma was a major victory for the football team and the fans. To commemorate one of the most memorable MU Homecoming victories of all time, we've come up with three different designs for an 18 by 24-inch poster that will be available at the Missourian's circulation desk later this week.

But which poster should we make available? This is where you come in. Tell us which of these three that you like the best by voting in our survey below the three photos. Or, if you want to weigh in with a different option, tell us with a comment below.

We'll have more information on how to purchase one of these posters just as soon as we get them printed. And now, for the three options:

This is Version 1 -- the Missourian's front page from Sunday.
This is version 2 -- a photo of Francis Quadrangle with 18,000 Tigers fans packed inside for ESPN's "College GameDay" broadcast.
This is version 3 -- a combination of versions 1 and 2.

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Bill Fisher October 26, 2010 | 8:59 p.m.

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