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PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri falls to No. 1 Oklahoma 38-28

Sunday, September 25, 2011 | 12:23 a.m. CDT; updated 12:39 a.m. CDT, Sunday, September 25, 2011
Matt Hoch and Michael Sam hug during warm-up before the Missouri-Oklahoma game.

The Missouri Tigers could not capitalize on an early 14-3 lead and lost to the Oklahoma Sooners 38-28 Saturday. Oklahoma scored 28 unanswered points to squelch any chance of a Missouri upset.

Tigers running back Henry Josey led all runners with 133 yards, but Landry Jones' 448 yards passing and three touchdowns helped lead the Sooners to victory. Missouri quarterback James Franklin finished the game with 291 yards passing and a touchdown, in addition to 90 yards rushing and a score on the ground.

Wide Receiver Rolandis Woodland and offensive lineman Mitch Morse exit Owen Field at Gaylord Family-Memorial Stadium on Saturday. The Tigers fell to the Sooners with a final score of 38-28.
Missouri's Zaviar Gooden bows his head after Oklahoma scores a touchdown in the fourth quarter.
MU quarterback James Franklin runs toward the end zone Saturday night in Norman, Okla. The run ended in a touchdown, but it wasn't enough to win. The Sooners defeated Missouri 38-28.
Missouri linebacker Luke Lambert tackles Oklahoma tight end Austin Haywood with three minutes left in the third quarter at Saturdays game against Oklahoma. More than 85,500 people attended the game in Norman, Okla., at Owen Field.
Missouri tailback Henry Josey runs in a touchdown with about six minutes left in the fourth quarter of the game against Oklahoma on Saturday. It was the last touchdown scored by Missouri in the game.
MU defensive coordinator Dave Steckel reacts during the second quarter of the game at Oklahoma on Saturday.
Oklahoma defensive tackle Stacy McGee tackles MU quarterback James Franklin as MU offensive lineman Austin Wuebbels attempts to block during the first half of the MU v. Oklahoma game on Saturday.

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