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PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri's spring Black and Gold game

Saturday, April 16, 2011 | 7:35 p.m. CDT; updated 8:34 p.m. CDT, Saturday, April 16, 2011
Quarterback Tyler Gabbert signs a football for Jason Bland, 7, on Faurot Field after the Black and Gold football game on Saturday, April 16. After the whistle signaling the end of the second half, the athletic department invited fans onto the field to meet players and get gear signed by members of the team.

On Saturday, the Tigers took to Faurot Field for the annual spring Black and Gold game.

Defensive lineman Kony Ealy looks towards a passed ball during the Black and Gold game on Faurot Field on Saturday April 16.
Defensive back Kip Edwards pauses to listen to a call on Faurot Field during the Black and Gold game on Saturday, April 16. The defense, clad in black, lost to the offense, outfitted in gold, in the second half, which was a scrimmage between the two squads.
Tailback Marcus Murphy cradles the ball as he moves to avoid defensive lineman Kony Ealy and linebacker Andrew Wilson during the Black and Gold game at Faurot Field on Saturday.
Wide receiver Marcus Lucas and safety Daniel Easterly collapse in a heap as both try to recover the ball during the Black and Gold game on Faurot Field on Saturday, April 16.
Tight End Michael Egnew looks to escape tackles from defensive players during the Black and Gold game on Faurot Field on Saturday.
Defensive lineman Kony Ealy pauses after removing his helmet during the fan meet-and-greet on Faurot Field after the Black and Gold game on Saturday.

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