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PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri football defeats Iowa State

Saturday, November 20, 2010 | 8:45 p.m. CST; updated 11:50 p.m. CST, Saturday, November 20, 2010
MU tailback De'Vion Moore reaches for extra yards against the Iowa State defense on Saturday.

AMES, IOWA – Missouri shut out Iowa State, 14-0, at Ames, Iowa. The Tigers scored their first touchdown on a pass to tight end Michael Egnew, and the second one on a run by running back De'Vion Moore.

MU punter Matt Grabner gets the first down on a trick play against Iowa State on Saturday.
Missouri freshman quarterback James Franklin fights off an Iowa State tackler on a run last Saturday in the Tigers' victory. Franklin has played in eight of the Tigers' games so far this season, rushing for 109 yards and two touchdowns and passing for 106 yards and another score.
Missouri's Marvin Foster (left), Andrew Wilson (middle) and Andrew Gachkar (right) tackle Iowa State Quarterback Jerome Tiller on Saturday. The Tigers shut out the Cyclones 14-0.
Iowa State wide receiver Jake Williams fights MU linebacker Andrew Gachkar for a loose ball on Saturday.
MU Linebackers Andrew Gachkar, left, and Zaviar Gooden tackle ISU tight end Collin Franklin on Saturday.
As wide receiver Marcus Lucas and defensive lineman Brendan Donaldson look on, MU wide receiver T.J. Moe imitates a phone call with the Telephone Trophy, after shutting out Iowa State, 14-0. MU has beaten ISU each of the last four years.
MU senior defensive lineman Bart Coslet raises the Telephone Trophy after shutting out Iowa State 14-0 on Saturday in Ames, Iowa. The trophy dates back to 1959 and the Tigers have won it 31 times.
MU tight end Michael Egnew is congratulated by teammates after scoring the only touchdown in the first half against the Iowa State Cyclones on Saturday.
MU tailback Henry Josey dodges Iowa State defensive back David Sims for extra yards on Saturday.
Jack Trice Stadium waits the start of Iowa State's game against MU on Saturday. Fan turnout (both MU and ISU) was low, partially because it was 37 degrees outside.
From left, Michelle and Katie St. Onge wait outside Jack Trice Stadium in Ames, Iowa, in 37-degree weather for the start of the football game against Iowa State on Saturday.
MU defensive back Kevin Rutland checks out Jack Trice Stadium before MU's game against Iowa State on Saturday.

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