PHOTO GALLERY: First half of Missouri versus Texas football game
Saturday, November 12, 2011 | 3:15 p.m. CST;
updated 3:47 p.m. CST, Saturday, November 12, 2011
COLUMBIA — The Tigers led 14-3 Saturday at halftime of Missouri's football game against the Texas Longhorns at Faurot Field.
Missouri quarterback James Franklin scores the Tiger's first touchdown Saturday at Faurot Field during the first quarter of play against the Texas Longhorns. The Tigers led at halftime 14-3 against the Longhorns.
Missouri running back Henry Josey carries the ball Saturday in the first quarter against the Texas Longhorns at Faurot Field. Tigers led at the half 14-3.
Fans cheer with Truman the Tiger on Saturday at Faurot Field before the football game against the Longhorns.
T.J. Moe runs into the Missouri red zone after a long pass late in the second quarter. The pass started a run that led to Missouri's second touchdown.
Missouri defensive lineman Dominique Hamilton tackles Texas running back Fozzy Whittaker on Saturday during the Tiger's game against the Longhorns.
Missouri junior tailback Kendial Lawrence evades Texas senior linebacker Emmanuel Acho on Saturday during the football game at Faurot Field.
Missouri fans hold up signs Saturday that read "SEC" during the Missouri versus Texas game at Faurot Field. This is the first football game Missouri has played since the SEC announcement.
Texas wide receiver Mike Davis misses a pass Saturday during Missouri's game against the Longhorns at Faurot Field.
Teammates congratulate Missouri defensive lineman Terrell Resonno on Saturday after he sacked Texas quarterback David Ash during the second quarter of the football game at Faurot Field.
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