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Oklahoma State leads Missouri 24-17 at halftime

Saturday, October 22, 2011 | 1:15 p.m. CDT; updated 4:29 p.m. CDT, Saturday, October 22, 2011
Tim Struckhoff prays before Missouri's game against Oklahoma State on Saturday. Despite an explosive first quarter from Oklahoma State, the Tigers only trailed by seven going into halftime.

COLUMBIA — The Missouri Tigers trail the No. 6 Oklahoma State Cowboys 24-17 at halftime.

After an impressive start to the game by Oklahoma State's offense, the Tigers scored two second-quarter touchdowns to make it a seven-point game at the half.

James Franklin's 34-yard touchdown pass to T.J. Moe — and Grant Ressel's ensuing extra-point conversion — brought the score to 24-17 with two minutes remaining in the second quarter. Kendial Lawrence contributed an 18-yard touchdown run earlier in the quarter.

Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden threw three touchdown passes in the first half, leading a Cowboy offense that looked as good as advertised early.


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