PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri won against Texas Tech 31-27

Saturday, November 19, 2011 | 8:12 p.m. CST; updated 4:53 p.m. CST, Sunday, November 20, 2011

COLUMBIA — The Missouri football team defeated Texas Tech 31-27 on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Missouri quarterback James Franklin scored four touchdowns and eclipsed the 150-yard mark in both rushing and passing yardage. Now the Tigers are bowl eligible.

Missouri wide receiver Wes Kemp wrestles a pass away from the defending Happiness Osunde during the fourth quarter. The Tigers beat the Texas Tech Red Raiders 31-27 at Faurot Field on Saturday.
Missouri Football linebacker Donovan Bonner, right, falls on the ground during the third quarter of the game against Texas Tech on Saturday.
Acting Missouri head coach Dave Steckel addresses the team during a time out in their game against Texas Tech on Saturday.
Missouri defensive lineman Michael Sam intercepts a pass from Texas Tech quarter back Seth Doege with 32 seconds left in the game on Saturday. The interception sealed the Tigers' 31 to 27 win against the Red Raiders.
Acitng Head Coach Dave Steckel watches on the sidelines during the first half of the game against Texas Tech on Saturday. Steckel stood in for head coach Gary Pinkel, who is suspended for the week after being arrested on suspicion of DWI Wednesday night.
A coin is flipped at Faurot Field before the Missouri game against Texas Tech on Saturday. Texas Tech won the toss, and Missouri won the game.
Missouri line backer Tony Randolph, senior, raises a rock from the north end zone of Faurot Field while being hoisted by team mates following the Tigers' 31 to 27 win against Texas Tech. Seniors traditionally carry off a rock from the "M" after Senior Day, the final home game of the season.
Missouri wide receiver Marcus Lucas celebrates after scoring a touchdown to make Tigers score 23 during the fourth quarter at Faurot Field on Saturday.

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