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PHOTO GALLERY: Tigers lose to biggest rivals on Jayhawks' turf

Monday, February 7, 2011 | 10:32 p.m. CST; updated 10:59 p.m. CST, Monday, February 7, 2011
Matt Pressey drives past Marcus Morris during the first half of Missouri's game against Kansas on Monday in Lawrence, Kan.

LAWRENCE, Kan. — The Tigers' lost to KU 103-86 on Monday night at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence. The loss was the fifth Big 12 Conference road game the Missouri men's basketball team has lost this season.

KU players on the bench celebrate after a basket scored during the Missouri-Kansas game Monday in Lawrence.
Markieff Morris blocks a shot by Kim English in the second half of the Missouri-Kansas game Monday in Lawrence.
Phil Pressey drives past Tyshawn Taylor during the first half of the Tigers game Monday in Lawrence, Kan.
ESPN reporter Holly Rowe reads KU students a "KU fairy tale" during the pregame warmups Monday at Allen Fieldhouse.
KU fans stood up and booed MU fans on Monday as they walked into Allen Fieldhouse.
University of Kansas students wait outside of Allen Fieldhouse for the gates to open Monday in Lawrence, Kan.
As KU fans watch, Marcus Denmon cannot block Tyrel Reed's shot in the first half of the Tigers game Monday in Lawrence, Kan.
KU fans celebrate before the start of the game against MU by throwing newspaper confetti during the Jayhawks' team announcements Monday in Lawrence, Kan.
Ricardo Ratliffe tries to block Tyshawn Taylor's shot in the first half of the Tigers game Monday in Lawrence, Kan.
KU fans rip up newspapers and throw them onto the court as the MU men's basketball team enters the arena before the first half of the Tigers game Monday in Lawrence, Kan.

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