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MISSOURI FOOTBALL: Tigers defeat Central Florida Knights, 21-16

Saturday, September 29, 2012 | 11:00 a.m. CDT; updated 3:07 p.m. CDT, Saturday, September 29, 2012
Tony Ebert, left, and son Stefan Ebert work to raise a University of Missouri Tigers flag Saturday at the University of Central Florida tailgate on Memorial Mall. Stefan Ebert graduated from the University of Missouri in 2003 and studied journalism. Ebert currently lives in the Miami area and drove up to watch the game against the Knights.

The Missouri Tigers defeated the Central Florida Knights, 21-16, on Saturday in Orlando, Fla.

MISSOURI VS. CENTRAL FLORIDA

Photo galleries | Tigers, Knights warm up before the game. | Fans tailgate in Orlando, Fla.

The scene | Knights fans party on the lawn outside stadium.

Live feed | Game-day conversation on Twitter

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Tiger Kickoff | Team comedian Kip Edwards gets serious on game day.

Tigers Report | Central Florida game could resolve quarterback controversy.

Tiger Tweets | Players post about South Carolina loss, getting old, what to eat.

The opponent | Ten things you didn't know about Central Florida.

Quiz | Test your knowledge of 2012 Tigers football.

More Missouri football | Team's struggles don't discourage cornerback E.J. Gaines. | Defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson now speaks softly. | Coach Gary Pinkel focused on fixing Tigers' problems.


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