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PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri Tigers lose 45-24 against Oklahoma State

Saturday, October 22, 2011 | 7:09 p.m. CDT; updated 7:50 p.m. CDT, Saturday, October 22, 2011
Missouri football players return to the locker room after losing 45-24 to Oklahoma State on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. The loss moved Missouri's record to 3-4.

Looking to turn their season around, the Missouri Tigers faced off against No. 6 Oklahoma State.  Despite only trailing 24-17 at halftime, the Tigers couldn't overcome a potent Oklahoma State offense and several turnovers by quarterback James Franklin and lost the game 45-24. 

Missouri senior wide receiver Wes Kemp catches a pass during the second half of the game on Saturday. Missouri lost to Oklahoma State 45-24.
Members of the Big 12 Conference chain crew mark a first down during the Missouri football game at Memorial Stadium on Saturday. Missouri lost to Oklahoma State 45-24.
An Oklahoma State defender reaches for Missouri junior running back Kendial Lawrence in the fourth quarter of the Missouri football game on Saturday. The Tigers lost to the Cowboys 45-24.
MU senior Daniel Bailey cheers for the Missouri football team during the third quarter of Saturday's game. Bailey, who is a part of the MU student spirit group known as Tiger's Lair, painted his face pink and white to raise awareness about breast cancer.
Missouri sophomore quarterback James Franklin rests after being tackled in the third quarter of Saturday's football game. The Tigers lost to the Cowboys 45-24.
Truman the Tiger sprays members of the Missouri student section with water during Saturday's football game. Missouri lost to Oklahoma State 45-24.
Missouri senior safety Kenji Jackson pursues Oklahoma State sophomore running back Jeremy Smith shortly before making a tackle during the third quarter of Saturday's football game. Oklahoma State beat Missouri 45-24.
Oklahoma State fans cheer for their team after it beat Missouri 45-24 at Memorial Stadium on Saturday.
Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel crosses his arms after challenging a play in the first quarter of Saturday's game. The Tigers lost to Oklahoma State 45-24.
Missouri junior safety Kenronte Walker lifts himself up after tacking Oklahoma State wide receiver Josh Cooper in the second quarter of Saturday's football game. Missouri lost to Oklahoma State 45-24.
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.
Misssouri sophomore tailback Henry Josey runs the ball during the second quarter of the Tigers' game against Oklahoma State.
Missouri linebacker Luke Lambert leaps over his teammates as Missouri linebacker Andrew Wilson tackles an Oklahoma State player during the 2nd quarter. Missouri was able to gain a little bit of momentum before halftime and went in at the half trailing by seven points.

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