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PHOTO GALLERY: A chilly day, but a warm Homecoming victory for Missouri

Saturday, October 27, 2012 | 10:49 p.m. CDT; updated 2:59 p.m. CDT, Sunday, October 28, 2012
Missouri defensive back Kip Edwards and linebacker Donovan Bonner pray together before the start of the football game against Kentucky on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

COLUMBIA — Missouri achieved a Homecoming victory against Kentucky on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Players congratulated each other on their performance that led to a final score of 33-10. Fans who attended the game despite chilly conditions celebrated the Tigers' first win in the Southeastern Conference.

Missouri quarterback James Franklin stands on the sidelines during the first quarter of the football game against Kentucky on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Franklin has been out of the starting lineup due to an MCL strain suffered during the Vanderbilt game, but he entered the game to replace the struggling Corbin Berkstresser in the third quarter. (Photo: Kile Brewer/Missourian)

Truman the Tiger runs to greet fans in the student section during the Missouri vs. Kentucky game. Missouri defeated Kentucky 33-10. (Photo: Jaime Henry-White/Missourian)

Faurot Field is reflected in Missouri coach Gary Pinkel's sunglasses during the football game against Kentucky on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. (Photo: Jaime Henry-White/Missourian)

Three members of the Golden Girls stand in formation during halftime of the MU Homecoming game against Kentucky on Saturday. The Tigers defeated the Wildcats 33-10. (Photo: Jaime Henry-White/Missourian)

Missouri students Helena Kooi, left, and Xavier Billingsley, right, stand with other members of the MU 2012 Homecoming Court during halftime of the football game against Kentucky on Saturday. Of the Top 10 homecoming royalty, Billingsley was crowned king. (Photo: Kile Brewer/Missourian)

MU student Morgan Adrian reacts to hearing her name when the homecoming queen was announced during halftime of the Missouri vs. Kentucky game Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Adrian was one of 10 members of homecoming royalty. (Photo: Jaime Henry-White/Missourian)

MU student Xavier Billingsley reacts with Helena Kooi to learning he had been named the 2012 homecoming king during halftime of the game between Missouri and Kentucky on Saturday. (Photo: Jaime Henry-White/Missourian)

A referee peeks behind the door where the Tigers were expected to enter onto the field during halftime of the football game against the Wildcats on Saturday. Missouri defeated Kentucky 33-10. (Photo: Jaime Henry-White/Missourian)

The Golden Girls stand in formation and cheer on the team during the Missouri football game against Kentucky on Saturday. (Photo: Jaime Henry-White/Missourian)

Truman the Tiger jokes around with a member of the Army ROTC at MU during the game against Kentucky on Saturday. (Photo: Jaime Henry-White/Missourian)

Kentucky mascot the Wildcat stands on the sideline during the fourth quarter of the Missouri vs. Kentucky football game on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. (Photo: Jaime Henry-White/Missourian)

Despite the cold weather, fans fill the general admission section of Memorial Stadium for the  Missouri vs. Kentucky game Saturday. (Photo: Jaime Henry-White/Missourian)

The Missouri offense congratulates tailback Marcus Murphy after he scores a touchdown to start off the fourth quarter of the football game against Kentucky on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. (Photo: Jaime Henry-White/Missourian)

Kentucky cornerback J.D. Harmon talks with Missouri linebacker Kentrell Brothers after the football game against Kentucky on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. (Photo: Benjamin Hoste/Missourian)

Missouri offensive linemen Evan Boehm, left, and Taylor Chappell celebrate in front of the student section after the football game against Kentucky on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. The Tigers earned their first win in the SEC after defeating Kentucky 33-10. (Photo: Jaime Henry-White/Missourian)

J. Bruce Anderson talks with a member of the chain gang at the beginning of the Missouri game against Kentucky on Saturday. Anderson started as a piccolo player with Marching Mizzou in 1957 before serving as drum major, a role he filled once more for the Homecoming game. (Photo: Kile Brewer/Missourian)

Supervising editor is Brian Kratzer.


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