PHOTO GALLERY: Texas Tech overtakes Missouri Tigers
Saturday, November 6, 2010 | 10:19 p.m. CDT;
updated 11:56 p.m. CDT, Saturday, November 6, 2010
Missouri tailback Kendial Lawrence, top, celebrates with offensive lineman Tim Barnes after scoring a touchdown during the first half of Missouri's game against Texas Tech last season in Lubbock, Texas.
LUBBOCK, Texas — The Tigers traveled to Lubbock to take on the Texas Tech Red Raiders Saturday night at Jones AT&T Stadium. Missouri rushed out to a 14 point lead in the first half, but the Raiders responded by scoring three unanswered touchdowns in the second and third quarter to win the game.
MU fans react to the score amid a crowd of Texas Tech fans during the game on Saturday at Lubbock.
MU players Jarrell Harrison, left, and Jasper Simmons pull down Texas Tech running back Baron Bach during Missouri's loss on Saturday in Lubbock.
Texas Tech running back Aaron Crawford runs past MU linebacker Andrew Gachkar, right, and defensive end Aldon Smith as they go in for a tackle during the third quarter of the Missouri vs. Texas Tech game on Saturday at Jones AT&T Stadium.
Missouri tailback Kendial Lawrence scores a touchdown against Texas Tech during the first half of the game on Saturday at Jones AT&T Stadium.
Missouri tailback Kendial Lawrence runs the ball past Texas Tech running back Josh Talbott during the second quarter of the Missouri vs. Texas Tech game on Saturday at Jones AT&T Stadium.
Missouri mascot Truman the Tiger celebrates a Missouri touchdown by doing push-ups in the end zone, during the first half of Missouri's game against Texas Tech on Saturday in Lubbock, Texas.
Missouri tailback Henry Josey is tackled by Texas Tech players during the first half of their game on Saturday in Lubbock, Texas.
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