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PHOTO GALLERY: Cornhuskers take down Tigers

Saturday, October 30, 2010 | 5:12 p.m. CDT; updated 6:56 p.m. CDT, Saturday, October 30, 2010
Missouri defensive back Kip Edwards attempts to tackle Nebraska running back Roy Helu, Jr., during the first half of the game in Lincoln, Neb.

LINCOLN, Neb. — Saturday marked the final time that the Tigers and Cornhuskers will compete as members of the same conference. After this season, Nebraska will be leaving the Big 12 for the Big 10.

Missouri coach Gary Pinkel walks off the field after the 31-17 loss to Nebraska on Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Neb. This first loss of the season brings Missouri to a record of 7-1.
Missouri players Terrell Resonno, left, and Austin Wuebbels, right, walk off the field after the 31-17 loss, the first of the season, to Nebraska on Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Neb.
Missouri's De'Vion Moore scores a touchdown during the first half of the game against Nebraska on Saturday in Lincoln, Neb.
Missouri's T.J. Moe attempts to hold on to the ball while DeJon Gomes of Nebraska tackles him during the first half of the game on Saturday in Lincoln, Neb.
Nebraska's Roy Helu, Jr., scores the first touchdown of the game against Missouri on Saturday in Lincoln, Neb.
BobToBo, a fan-made mascot for Nebraska and named for its creators, stands attentive at Gary Krysl's tailgate, prior to the beginning of the game against Missouri. BobToBo is short for Bob Devanny, Tom Osbourne, and Bo Pellini.
Fans gather in front of "The Red House," a well known tailgating location near Charleston Street in Lincoln, Neb., prior to the start of Nebraska's last conference game against Missouri. After this season, Nebraska will be leaving the Big 12 for the Big 10.

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