PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri and Texas Tech at the half
Saturday, November 19, 2011 | 5:50 p.m. CST;
updated 8:12 p.m. CST, Saturday, November 19, 2011
The Texas Tech Red Raiders led the Tigers by 7 points at halftime. Quarterback James Franklin rushed 5 yard for a touchdown and a field goal was scored before the half ended.
MU safety Kenji Jackson holds back tears while his name is announced at senior day on Saturday. For Jackson and other seniors, Saturday was the last time playing at Faurot Field.
Senior wide receiver Jerrell Jackson reaches out for the hands of his teammates after running out of the tunnel onto Faurot Field for his final time as a Tiger.
MU Quarterback James Franklin fumbles the ball during the first quarter of the Missouri-Texas Tech game. The Texas Tech Red Raiders lead the Tigers 17-10 on Saturday at Faurot Field.
Missouri running back Kendial Lawrence is tackled by the Red Raiders' No. 2 Cornelius Douglas on Saturday.
Texas Tech's Bradley Marquez is tackled by Missouri's E.J. Gaines. The Texas Tech Red Raiders led the Missouri Tigers 17-10 Saturday at Faurot Field at halftime.
Missouri running back De'Vion Moore runs down the sideline and is tackled by the Red Raiders' Cornelius Douglas during the second quarter. The Texas Tech Red Raiders lead the MU Tigers 17-10 at halftime Saturday at Faurot Field.
MU tailback De'Vion Moore runs the ball during the first quarter of the game against Texas Tech on Saturday. Moore was tackled on the play.
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