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PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri dominates North Carolina in first half of Independence Bowl

Monday, December 26, 2011 | 7:04 p.m. CST; updated 8:13 p.m. CST, Monday, December 26, 2011

The Missouri offense scored on its first five possessions Monday at the Independence Bowl and claimed a 31-10 first half lead.

No. 85 Marcus Lucas lines up with Missouri before the Independence Bowl on Monday in Shreveport, La. The Missouri Tigers took on the North Carolina Tar Heels at Independence Stadium.
Tailback Kendial Lawrence is tackled by Tre Boston during the first half of the Independence Bowl in Shreveport, La. Missouri faced North Carolina in Independence Stadium.
Missouri quarterback James Franklin throws a four-yard first-quarter pass as North Carolina linebacker Zach Brown and defensive tackle Tydreke Powell close in during the first quarter of the Independence Bowl college football game in Shreveport, La., on Monday.
Cheerleaders rally the crowd Monday at the Independence Bowl in Shreveport, La. At halftime, Missouri led North Carolina, 31-10.
Missouri running back De'Vion Moore fights off an attempted tackle by a North Carolina defender for a 26-yard gain in the first quarter of the Independence Bowl college football game in Shreveport, La., on Monday.

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