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PHOTO EXTRA: More images from Saturday's Missouri football game

Sunday, September 18, 2011 | 8:49 p.m. CDT; updated 9:28 p.m. CDT, Sunday, September 18, 2011

Missouri beat Western Illinois 69-0 on Saturday. Here are more photos from the Tigers' victory.

Missouri running back Henry Josey scores his first touchdown against the Western Illinois Leathernecks with a six-yard run in the first quarter at Faurot Field on Saturday. Josey ran for 129 yards in the first quarter.
Defensive lineman Brad Madison shakes hands with fans after winning the game against Western Illinois on Saturday. This was the Tigers' second win of the season.
Western Illinois wide receiver Terriun Crump drops a third-down pass in the first quarter as Missouri defensive back Trey Hobson defends at Faurot Field on Saturday. The Tigers held the Leathernecks to a total of 44 yards of offense.
Western Illinois running back Bryce Flowers runs with the ball while Missouri defensive linemen Terrell Resonno and Michael Sam and linebacker Luke Lambert attempt to gain possession of the ball Saturday.
Missouri wide receiver T.J. Moe celebrates after scoring a 30-yard touchdown in the second quarter against Western Illinois at Faurot FIeld on Saturday. Moe caught four passes in the game for a total of 68 yards.
Missouri defensive end Michael Sam reads an option play as Western Illinois's quarterback Josh Hudson pitches the ball in the first quarter at Faurot Field on Saturday.

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