PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri and Kansas fans tailgate before rivalry game
Saturday, November 26, 2011 | 5:23 p.m. CST;
updated 9:53 p.m. CDT, Friday, October 26, 2012
Missouri and Kansas fans braved a windy day to tailgate before what could be the last Border Showdown at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City on Saturday.
Bob Danley, 41, the self-proclaimed "Pope of Arrowhead," was there to perform last rites to a hearse outside Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City before the Missouri vs. Kansas game on Saturday.
Dawson Herl, 10, sinks into his coat for warmth before the start of the Missouri vs. Kansas game Saturday outside Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.
Kansas fan Luke Gunter falls after playing a round of "dizzy bat" with his friend Drew Robbins, a Missouri fan, on the Missouri tailgating side of Arrowhead Stadium before the Missouri vs. Kansas game on Saturday. Gunter agreed to tailgate on the Missouri side with Robbins if they watched the game in the Kansas fan section.
Tiger tails adorn three cars in the Missouri tailgating lot outside Arrowhead Stadium before the Missouri vs. Kansas game on Saturday.
Harper Manley, 12, and Paige Hampton, 12, try to stay warm in a car outside Arrowhead Stadium before the Missouri vs. Kansas game Saturday. The temperature for the day hovered in the 40's, but wind gusts left fans feeling chilly.
Carrie Ellebracht of Independence, Mo., sips a drink in the MIssouri tailgating lot outside Arrowhead Stadium before the Missouri vs. Kansas game on Saturday.
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