PHOTO GALLERY: Tailgating abounds for Missouri versus Baylor football game
Saturday, November 5, 2011 | 6:37 p.m. CDT;
updated 8:35 p.m. CDT, Saturday, November 5, 2011
WACO, TEXAS — Tailgaters came out for the Missouri Tigers versus the Baylor Bears football game on Saturday at Floyd Casey Stadium. The Tigers are 4-4 for the season, and the Bears sport a record of 4-3.
Missouri running back Henry Josey scores the Tigers' first touchdown against Baylor on Saturday at Floyd Casey Stadium in Waco, Texas.
Missouri running back Kendial Lawrence runs against Baylor linebacker Ahmad Dixon during the first quarter of the Missouri Tigers' game against the Baylor Bears Saturday at Floyd Casey Stadium.
From left, Reid Ferguson, 5, and his father, Kyle Ferguson, 33, look inside their friend's tailgate trailer, "Lucky", outside of Floyd Casey Stadium before the start of the MU Tigers' game against the Baylor Bears on Saturday.
From left, friends Jason Spalding, 26, Chris Medley, 26, and Jameson Parker, 27, set up their beer tailgating game outside of Floyd Casey Stadium before the start of the Missouri football game against Baylor on Saturday in Waco, Tex.
From left, Dalton Britt, 7, little brother of Missouri offensive lineman Justin Britt and Baylor fan Ryan Duncan, 7, play catch together before the start of the Missouri Tigers' game against the Baylor Bears Saturday outside of Floyd Casey Stadium.
From left, Shea Bass, 23, Drew Kelley, 23, and Tyler Cox, 23, set up their tailgating tent before the start of the Missouri Tigers' game against the Baylor Bears outside of Floyd Casey Stadium on Saturday. All three drove down from Independence for the game.
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