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MISSOURI FOOTBALL: Florida Gators defeat Tigers 14-7

Saturday, November 3, 2012 | 11:00 a.m. CDT; updated 6:32 p.m. CDT, Saturday, November 3, 2012

The Missouri Tigers football team lost to the the Florida Gators at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, Fla. The final score was Florida 14, Missouri 7.

MISSOURI VS. FLORIDA | TV: ESPN2


Player-by-player Tigers Report Archive | James Franklin | Corbin Berkstresser | Dorial Green-Beckham | Elvis Fisher | Sheldon Richardson | Kendial Lawrence | T.J. Moe | Gahn McGaffie | E.J. Gaines | Marcus Murphy | Andrew Baggett | Kony Ealy | Donovan Bonner | Max Copeland | Kip Edwards | Will Ebner

Twitter feed | Live game-day conversation

The scene | Before the game, the calm before the storm | Florida fans prepare to welcome Missouri to SEC

Photo galleries | Images from the game | Florida fans cheer Gators | Missouri, Florida fans gather in Gainesville

Gainesville, Fla. | To get a sense of the community, read our coverage from the "SEC Road Trip" section.

Quiz | Test your knowledge of Florida

Tiger Tweets | Missouri football players tweet about first SEC win, Halloween

Like the Tigers? | Like our Missourian Tigers Report page on Facebook | Play the MU Tiger Challenge game

PREVIOUS COVERAGE | For Missourian digital subscribers

Tigers Report | Florida, Missouri football teams in uncharted territory

Photo gallery | Florida alumni, students prepare for Missouri game

Tiger Kickoff | Missouri football's McGaffie using Batman to succeed in senior season

The opponent | 10 things you didn't know about Florida

The outlook | Placekeeper Andrew Baggett steadily improves | Pinkel hopes for more from special teams | James Franklin counts on secret remedy


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