PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri fans enjoy last home game
Saturday, November 19, 2011 | 4:14 p.m. CST;
updated 8:13 p.m. CST, Saturday, November 19, 2011
COLUMBIA — Before the 2:30 p.m. kickoff on Saturday, Tiger fans enjoyed pre-game events such as Tiger Walk and tailgating.
Tate Shively, 2, gets into a RV before the Missouri-Texas Tech football game on Saturday. 19. Tate goes to every home game with his father.
Sam Bennett carves up beef outside Memorial Stadium before the Missouri-Texas Tech football game Saturday. Bennett, who has been tailgating at MU since 1989, hosts an annual wild game day during the last home game of the season where his hunter friends bring out pheasant, duck, venison and catfish to eat before the game.
Linsey Williams cooks a breakfast of eggs and potatoes in a skillet outside the Hearnes Center before the Missouri and Texas Tech football game Saturday. Williams and his breakfast companions arrived to tailgate at 8 o'clock sharp.
An Oklahoma State flag flies under the Missouri Tiger standard outside of Mizzou Arena Saturday. MU chose to fly the flag in honor of the two OSU women's basketball coaches who died Thursday.
Acting Head Coach Dave Steckel walks with the team at Tiger Walk on Saturday. Steckel, usually the team's defensive coordinator, will lead the Tigers today as head coach because of Gary Pinkel's suspension.
Koy McNary holds Bo, a 10-year old dog, during a tailgating party before the game against Texas Tech on November. This is Bo's first game.
Chase Daniel, former Missouri quarterback and current New Orleans Saints quarterback, signs an autograph for Treven Batson, 9, in front of the the Tiger Team Store before the Missouri Tigers game against the Texas Tech Red Raiders Saturday at Faurot Field.
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