MISSOURI FOOTBALL: Tigers defeat Arizona State Sun Devils, 24-20

Saturday, September 15, 2012 | 6:00 p.m. CDT; updated 10:08 p.m. CDT, Saturday, September 15, 2012
Quarterback Corbin Berkstresser scrambles out of the pocket against Arizona State on Saturday at Memorial Stadium during the first quarter. Berkstresser started as quarterback instead of an injured James Franklin.

COLUMBIA — The Missouri Tigers defeated the Arizona State Sun Devils, 24-20 on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.


The scene | A less crowded game at Memorial Stadium than last week's

Photo galleries | Images from the Missourian's fan photo booth | Fans gather for tailgating before the game

Video | Fans welcome Missouri football team

Live feed | Game-day conversation on Twitter

On Facebook | Hungry? Don't look at this gallery of tasty tailgating food


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Tiger Kickoff | For Kendial Lawrence, renewed focus after return from injury

Fast Five | Wide receiver Gahn McGaffie

Tigers' look | Winning reviews for sleek new uniforms

Tigers Report | Changes for both Missouri, Arizona State since last year's game

The game | Missouri looks forward to playing Arizona State at home

The opponent | Ten things you didn't know about Arizona State | How Sun Devils will make themselves feel at home

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