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PHOTO GALLERY: Dancing in the rain | Missouri 62, Southeastern Louisiana 10

Sunday, September 2, 2012 | 12:07 a.m. CDT
Chris Miller dances in the rain in front of the student section as he leads *Tiger's Lair at Memorial Stadium on Saturday.

COLUMBIA — Rainfall didn't faze Missouri fans, and it didn't slow down the Tigers' offense Saturday against Southeastern Louisiana. The Missouri football team won its season opener 62-10 at Memorial Stadium.

Fans at the Missouri vs. Southeastern Louisiana game don their ponchos during the first half of the game as rain begins to pour heavily Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Photo by JAIME HENRY-WHITE/Missourian

Members of Marching Mizzou get drenched during a downpour in the fourth quarter at Memorial Stadium. The Missouri Tigers defeated Southeastern Louisiana, 62-10. Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian

Fans during the third quarter of Missouri vs. Southeastern Louisiana fill Memorial Stadium on Saturday. The Missouri Tigers won 62-10. Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian

Defensive back Denzel Thompson, left, sits with defensive back Tommy Elliott, center, and defensive back, Kevin Harmon, right, at Memorial Stadium on Saturday evening. The Missouri Tigers defeated Southeastern Louisiana 62-10. Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian

Golden Girl Kaleigh Whiston cheers for Missouri before the start of the Missouri vs. Southeastern Louisiana game at Memorial Stadium. Photo by JAIME HENRY-WHITE/Missourian

Junior defensive lineman Michael Sam high-fives fans Saturday. Periodic rain kept the fans at the stadium drenched. Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian


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Mike Bellman September 3, 2012 | 12:36 p.m.

Is Kavin Harmon wearing someone else's pads? Even with labels...

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