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PHOTO GALLERY: Kansas State defeats Missouri 24-17

Saturday, October 8, 2011 | 9:12 p.m. CDT; updated 9:59 p.m. CDT, Saturday, October 8, 2011
Missouri junior tailback Kendial Lawrence carries the ball during the second quarter of the game against Kansas State on Saturday.

The Missouri Tigers could not complete a fourth quarter comeback and fell to the Kansas State Wildcats 24-17 Saturday at Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium. Down 24-3 heading into the final quarter of play, the Tigers rallied with two touchdowns, but could not stop the Wildcat's offense.

Missouri quarterback James Franklin threw for 214 yards and ran for a touchdown, while Henry Josey scored a touchdown of his own on the ground. Kansas State's Collin Klein scored three rushing touchdowns, and John Hubert led all rushers with 126 yards.

Linebacker Zavier Gooden tackles Kansas State running back John Hubert in the fourth quarter of the Kansas State versus Missouri game. Gooden is a junior from Pflugerville, Texas.
Lucas Vincent and Brad Madison exit the field Saturday evening after losing to the Kansas State University Wildcats in Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan, Kan. The final score of the game was 24-17.
Defensive lineman Jacquies Smith attempts to recover a fumble by Kansas State University Saturday. The Tigers fell 24-17 to the Wildcats in Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
Missouri quarterback James Franklin looks to throw the ball with 13 seconds left in the 3rd quarter of the game against Kansas State on Oct. 8, 2011.
Missouri offensive lineman Dan Hoch congratulates tight end Michael Egnew after a touchdown in the fourth quarter of the game against Kansas State on Saturday. The touchdown was short of the line and overturned, but Franklin scored shortly after.
Kansas State and Missouri fans stay to watch the game despite the rain Saturday at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.

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