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PHOTO GALLERY: In SEC debut, Tigers fall to Bulldogs, 41-20

Sunday, September 9, 2012 | 2:59 p.m. CDT
Brandon Colbert is greeted by fans before the Missouri vs Georgia game Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

COLUMBIA — Missouri fell to Georgia in the Tigers' inaugural game in the Southeastern Conference on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. The Bulldogs pulled away in the second half to win 41-20.

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The halftime show features an MIZ-SEC formation by Marching Mizzou on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

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Georgia mascot Uga mingles with the crowd after the Missouri vs. Georgia football game Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

 

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Missouri cheerleaders watch the Missouri vs. Georgia football game Saturday.

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Missouri fans cheer during the second half of the Missouri vs. Georgia game Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

 

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Players celebrate after Georgia defeated Missouri 41-20 Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

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Missouri fans celebrate in the student section at Memorial Stadium during the Missouri vs. Georgia game Saturday.

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Christian Robinson and Aaron Murray celebrate after Georgia defeated Missouri 41-20 on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.


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