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PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri football players take in Bowling Before the Bowl

Saturday, December 24, 2011 | 8:03 p.m. CST; updated 8:16 p.m. CST, Saturday, December 24, 2011

Members of the Missouri football team took time out from preparing for the Independence Bowl by participating in Bowling Before the Bowl on Saturday afternoon in Shreveport, La.

The Tigers take on the Tar Heels of North Caroline at 4 p.m. Monday in the Independence Bowl.

Quarterback James Franklin stands in Holiday Lanes bowling alley at the Bowl Before the Bowl event on Saturday. The Missouri Tigers will be spending Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in Shreveport, La., in preparation for the Independence Bowl on Monday.
Marcus Lucas and Bud Sasser bowl at the Bowl Before The Bowl event on Saturday in Shreveport, La. Both the Missouri Tigers and the North Carolina Tar Heels spent the afternoon at Holiday Lanes.
Missouri football players dance at the Bowl Before the Bowl event held on Saturday in Shreveport, La. Missouri will play North Carolina on Monday in the Independence Bowl.
Missouri defensive back Robert Steeples returns bowling shoes at the Bowl Before the Bowl event.
Missouri football players return to the bus after an afternoon of bowling in Shreveport, La. Missouri plays North Carolina in the Independence Bowl on Monday.

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