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PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri vs. Kansas State

Saturday, November 13, 2010 | 3:18 p.m. CST; updated 6:12 p.m. CST, Saturday, November 13, 2010
MU safety Jarrell Harrison selects a painted rock from the Mizzou "M" following the MU vs. K-State game on Saturday. Grabbing painted rocks is part of a senior tradition.

COLUMBIA — The Missouri football team took on Kansas State at Faurot Field in the final home game of the season on Saturday. The Tigers won the game 38-28.  The 15 senior players were honored with a ceremony before the game.

MU's Jasper Simmons tackles Kansas State's Collin Klein at MU's last home game of the 2010 season.
Missouri football defensive back Darvin Ruise talks with Kansas State running back Daniel Thomas after their game on Saturday.
Kansas State quarterback Carson Coffman gets sacked by MU defensive linemen Jacquies Smith and Michael Sam during the game on Saturday.
Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert goes down following a play during the game against Kansas State on Saturday.
Kansas State quarterback gets sacked by Missouri defensive linemen Brad Madison (left) and Aldon Smith (right) during the game on Saturday.
MU football players celebrate with fans in the Tiger's Lair after the 38-28 win against Kansas State on Saturday.
MU senior and linebacker Jeff Gettys celebrates with teammates and fans after the MU win against Kansas State at the last MU home game. Gettys did not play in the game because he sustained a knee injury after last week's game against Texas Tech.
MU defensive lineman Michael Sam tackles Kansas State quarterback Carson Coffman in the 4th quarter.
Kansas State running back Daniel Thomas scores a touchdown in the second quarter of the Missouri vs. Kansas State game on Saturday.
Sen. Kit Bond waves at the crowd after being honored at the MU game against Kansas State on Saturday.
Jacquies Smith holds the ball in the air after he recovered a fumbled snap at the game on Saturday. MU beat Kansas State 38-28.
MU tailback Marcus Murphy runs the ball 55 yards on a punt return at the Missouri vs. Kansas State game on Saturday.
Held by his aunt Michelle McCubbin before the game, 2-year-old Tradyn Kitchmer dressed up to stay warm and support his uncle, offensive lineman Kirk Lakebrink. Lakebrink is one of the 15 seniors who were celebrated during Senior Day on Saturday.
Brad Ekwerekwu, right, embraces Missouri sophomore tailback Kendial Lawrence as the team makes its way to the stadium for the MU vs. Kansas State game on Saturday.
Truman the Tiger sits on the shoulders of a MU cheerleader before the MU vs. Kansas State game on Saturday.
From left, Bob Wagner, Ben Galloway, and Nancy Galloway try to stay warm while tailgating before the MU vs. Kansas State game on Saturday.
Gary Pinkel tears up as senior football players run out through the tunnel on Senior Day at the MU vs. Kansas State game on Saturday.
Kansas State runningback Daniel Thomas runs to score KSU's second touchdown in the first half. MU's Brad Madison makes an attempt at a tackle.
MU football coach Gary Pinkel hugs defensive back Carl Gettis during Senior Day at the MU vs. Kansas State game on Saturday.
A lone Kansas State fan in a throng of MU fans cheers after Kansas State runningback Daniel Thomas scored the team's first touchdown of the game in the second quarter.

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Aimee Hall November 13, 2010 | 7:07 p.m.

That is a fantastic picture of Gary Pinkel!

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