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PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri comeback falls short, loses 42-39 to Baylor

Saturday, November 5, 2011 | 11:28 p.m. CDT; updated 11:39 p.m. CDT, Saturday, November 5, 2011
Baylor wide receiver Terrance Williams runs past Missouri linebacker Zaviar Gooden during the second quarter of the MU Tigers' game against the Baylor Bears Saturday at Floyd Casey Stadium.

The Missouri Tigers were down 28-17 going in to the fourth quarter against the Baylor Bears. About 13 minutes later the score was 42-39, and the Tigers lined up for an onside kick. Missouri failed to recover the ball, and Baylor would leave Floyd Casey Stadium victorious.

Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III finished with more than 400 yards passing for his third straight game, along with three touchdowns through the air and one on the ground. Tigers' quarterback James Franklin had 325 yards passing and three touchdowns.

MU wide receiver Brandon Gerau drops a pass from quarterback James Franklin in the end zone during the MU Tigers' game against the Baylor Bears at Floyd Casey Stadium on Saturday. The Tigers fell to the Bears, 42-39.
Baylor's quarterback Robert Griffin III carries the ball against the Tigers in the Bears' win on Saturday. The Missouri Tigers lost to the Baylor Bears 42-39.
Missouri wide receiver Marcus Lucas catches a touchdown for the Tigers to make the game 23 - 35 during the fourth quarter. The Tigers lost to the Baylor Bears 42-39.
Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel and Baylor head coach Art Briles shake hands after the Tigers lost to the Bears 42-39 on Saturday.

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