PHOTO GALLERY: The Missouri-Kansas rivalry through the years

Thursday, November 24, 2011 | 7:43 p.m. CST
Kansas quarterback Asheiki Preston fumbles the ball as he is sacked by Missouri during the third quarter of the 1992 rivalry game. Missouri's Travis McDonald recovered the ball, leading to a Tiger field goal. Missouri won 22-17.

The Missouri vs. Kansas rivalry might be ending after this year as Missouri moves to the SEC. The teams have played 120 times.

MU wide reciever T.J. Moe (28) runs in the second touchdown as KU cornerback Tyler Patmon (33) reaches out to grab him during the game against University of Kansas at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.
Missouri players hold up and beat on the drum during the trophy presentation after winning the MU vs. KU Border Showdown on November 27, 2010. Missouri won 41-39.
Big Jay and Truman the Tiger face each other at attention during the national anthem at the Border Showdown on November 27, 2010.
MU wide receiver Danario Alexander, left, throws out an arm to get past KU safety Phillip Strozier, right, during the first quarter of the Tigers' game against the Kansas Jayhawks on Nov. 28, 2009 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo. Missouri won 41-39.
Brian Sallee hauls in Jeff Handy's 28-yard touchdown pass to tie the game at 7 in the first quarter of the 1994 rivalry game. Sallee had six catches for a game-high 89 yards. Kansas won 31-14.
Missouri's Ronnell Kayhill scores the Tigers only touchdown of the day in the second quarter of the 1992 rivalry game. Missouri won 22-17.
Missouri's Jeff Gaylord pushes off Kansas blocker Garfield Taylor (26) to hit quarterback Frank Seuer just after he released his pass in the first quarter of the 1980 rivalry game. The pass went incomplete. Missouri won 31-6.
Missouri linebacker Lance Noel gets a hold of Kansas running back Tony Sands during the 1991 rivalry game. Sands rushed for 396 yards. Kansas won 53-29.
Missouri senior Erik McMillan (96) tackles Kansas quarterback Kelly Donohoe during the first quarter of the 1987 rivalry game. Missouri won 19-7.
Missouri played Kansas in the school's first homecoming game in 1911. The Missouri team consisted of only 15 players, called the "M" men. The teams played to a 3-3 tie. The game was in Columbia.
Missouri football players celebrate after beating Kansas in 2007. The next day, the Associated Press ranked the Tigers No. 1. A week after that, Missouri fell to Oklahoma in the Big 12 Championship.

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