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PHOTO GALLERY: Tigers defeat Cyclones 52-17 for Homecoming victory

Saturday, October 15, 2011 | 9:11 p.m. CDT
MU defensive lineman Brad Madison runs the ball after intercepting a ball thrown by Iowa State quarterback Jared Barnett during the MU Homecoming game on Saturday.

COLUMBIA — Missouri kept the momentum going into the second half of its game against Iowa State on Saturday, 52-17.

The 71,000 fans who packed the stadium were undoubtedly delighted as the Tigers won during MU's centennial Homecoming celebration.

 

 

Mizzou defensive backs E.J. Gaines and Kenji Jackson tackle Iowa State running back Jeff Woody during the second half of the 100th Homecoming game on Saturday.
MU safety Matt White tackles Iowa State running back James White during the second half of the MU Homecoming game on Saturday.
MU defensive coordinator Dave Steckel studies the field during the MU Homecoming game on Saturday.
MU defensive lineman Kony Ealy blocks Iowa State offensive lineman Jacob Gannon during the MU Homecoming game on Saturday.
Mizzou defensive lineman Jacquies Smith, left, and line back Luke Lambert tackle Iowa State running back Duran Hollis during the second half of the 100th Homecoming game on Saturday.
MU fans hold up signs for the university's 100th Homecoming after the football game ends with a 52-17 Tiger victory at Memorial Stadium on Saturday.
Tailback Henry Josey is tackled by Iowa State defensive back Jacques Washington.
Iowa State wide receiver Josh Lenz holds the ball just before he is tackled during the second half of the MU Homecoming game on Saturday.
Iowa State cheerleaders fly in the air on the sidelines of the MU Homecoming game on Saturday.
MU tailback Henry Josey makes a run during the second half of the MU Homecoming game on Saturday.

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