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PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri gymnastics loses to No. 3 Oklahoma

Friday, February 17, 2012 | 11:49 p.m. CST; updated 10:42 a.m. CST, Saturday, February 18, 2012

The Missouri gymnastics team hosted No. 3 Oklahoma on Friday night. The Tigers lost the meet 197.400-196.375.

Tori Howard performs her floor routine during the gymnastics meet against Oklahoma at the Hearnes Center on Friday. Howard scored a 9.800, placing 10th out of 12 competitors during the Tigers' 197.400-196.375 loss to the Sooners.
Sandra Ostad watches a teammate on the balance beam as the Missouri gymnastics meet against Oklahoma at Hearnes Center on Friday. Ostad competed on the uneven parallel bars, scoring a 9.700 and placing eighth out of the 12 competitors.
Megan Ferguson has her hair fixed by a teammate after her first place balance beam performance at Hearnes Center on Friday. Competing for No. 3 Oklahoma, Ferguson tied with teammate Erica Brewer during the Sooners' 197.400-196.375 win over the Tigers.
Associate head coach John Figueroa gives Rachel Updike a kiss after her performance on the balance beam during the gymnastics meet against Oklahoma at Hearnes Center on Friday. Updike scored a 9.850, placing seventh out of the 12 competitors.
Allie Heizelman and teammates cheer on Taylor Medrea during her floor routine against Oklahoma on Feb. 17 at Hearnes Center.
Rachel Updike pauses during her second place floor performance at the gymnastics meet against Oklahoma on Feb. 17 at Hearnes Center. Updike scored a 9.900, tying with her teammate Katelyn Trevino.

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Bruce Caldwell February 18, 2012 | 1:52 p.m.

Is it common practice for coaches to kiss the female athletes while at the meet. Would it not be better to wait until later. Just askin' as I know it's really NOMB.

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