PHOTO GALLERY: Tailgaters celebrate MU's 100th Homecoming
Saturday, October 15, 2011 | 4:17 p.m. CDT
Donald Woods of Brancato's Catering from Kansas City salts burgers for the Romp, Chomp and Stop Tailgate put on by the Mizzou Alumni Association on Saturday. Brancato's cooked 3,600 burgers, 1,600 hot dogs and 300 veggie burgers in all, Woods said.
COLUMBIA — Tailgaters emerged en masse for MU's centennial Homecoming game. The Tigers would later take on Big 12 Conference rival Iowa State.
Bill Davies walks around and tailgates with cigars in his pocket before the MU Homecoming game on Saturday. Davies' grandson, Brent Haynes, wrestles for MU.
Truman's Taxi carries MU cheerleaders and Truman to Faurot Field for MU's Homecoming game against Iowa State on Saturday.
Fans toss a football around on MU Homecoming game day before entering Memorial Stadium in lot WG-1.
MU drum major Elliot Naes conducts Marching Mizzou as the band marches to the stadium before the MU Homecoming game on Saturday.
Lucas Hanson and Brenden Rowberry nap next to Kristen Brown while they wait to get into Memorial Stadium before the MU Homecoming game on Saturday. The Tigers would play the visiting Iowa State Cyclones.
Brock Paalhar and Chuck Davolt play beanbag toss outside the Zou Bus near Mizzou Arena before the MU homecoming game on Saturday. The Zou Bus is the invention of Tim Muller, the father of MU junior softball player Lindsey Muller.
Sam Price shows his spirit as he walks to Memorial Stadium for MU's Homecoming game against Iowa State on Saturday. This year's Homecoming is the centennial celebration for MU.
From left to right, Mike Seidel, Becca Hefley and Brad Eisel hold 5-month-old Brooks Bosworth, 4-month-old Lily Hefley and 11-month-old Graham Eisel. While others were enjoying tailgating festivities they were on "baby duty."
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