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PHOTO GALLERY: First half of 100th MU Homecoming game

Saturday, October 15, 2011 | 6:44 p.m. CDT
MU fans welcome players arriving on Faurot Field before the MU Homecoming football game on Saturday. 71,004 fans attended the sold-out game.

COLUMBIA — The Missouri Tigers held a 31-10 lead over the Iowa State Cyclones at halftime. The Tigers scored their first three possessions.

Missouri quarterback James Franklin ran for a score and threw a 39-yard touchdown pass to tight end Michael Egnew but also threw two interceptions, one that went for Iowa State's only touchdown of the half.

Henry Josey runs the ball in the first half of the MU Homecoming game against the Iowa State Cyclones on Saturday. The Tigers beat the Cyclones 52-17.
Missouri defensive lineman Michael Sam tackles Iowa State quarterback Steele Jantz during the MU Homecoming game on Saturday.
Missouri wide receiver L'Damian Washington falls after making a brief run from a completed pass during the 100th MU Homecoming game on Oct. 15.
Missouri football players celebrate after recovering a fumble by Iowa State University during the first half of the MU Homecoming game on Saturday.
Missouri junior wide receiver T.J. Moe is tackled by Iowa State defensive back Jacques Washington during the MU Homecoming game on Saturday at Faurot Field.
Zach Parolin and Kam Phillips are crowned the new homecoming king and queen by the 2010 king and queen Andrew Lorenz and Alexandrya Holley during halftime of the MU Homecoming game Saturday.
Alumni of the Marching Mizzou color guard perform during halftime of the MU Homecoming game Saturday.

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