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PHOTO GALLERY: For Tigers and Vols fans, a close game in Knoxville

Saturday, November 10, 2012 | 4:23 p.m. CST; updated 3:28 p.m. CST, Sunday, November 11, 2012
Missouri wide receiver T.J. Moe celebrates with the rest of the football team after the 51-48 overtime win over Tennessee on Saturday at Neyland Stadium.

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee football players and fans celebrated after good plays on Saturday in Neyland Stadium, but the team fell short of a victory in the fourth overtime when Missouri scored the game-winning field goal. Missouri won 51-48.

Missouri defensive lineman Matt Hoch celebrates after making a tackle during the first half of the game against Tennessee on Saturday at Neyland Stadium.

Tennessee tailback Alden Hill runs out onto the field with his teammates before the start of the Missouri football game against Tennessee on Saturday at Neyland Stadium.

The Pride of the Southland Band marches before the start of the Missouri football game against Tennessee on Saturday at Neyland Stadium.

Members of the Missouri football team pray in the end zone before the start of the game against Tennessee on Saturday at Neyland Stadium.

Smokey, a blue tick hound and the mascot of Tennessee, stands on the sideline before the start of the Missouri football game against Tennessee on Saturday at Neyland Stadium.

Smokey, the costumed mascot of Tennessee, goes airborne during the first half of the Missouri football game against Tennessee on Saturday at Neyland Stadium.

Missouri defensive back E.J. Gaines walks off the field after an injury during the first half of the Missouri football game against Tennessee on Saturday at Neyland Stadium. Gaines would return to play later in the game.

Coach Gary Pinkel stands on the sidelines during the first half of the Missouri football game against Tennessee on Saturday at Neyland Stadium.

Tennessee wide receiver Justin Hunter and tight end Mychal Rivera celebrate after Rivera caught a 21-yard touchdown pass during the first half of the Missouri football game against Tennessee on Saturday at Neyland Stadium.

Members of The Pride of the Southland Band talk before the start of the Missouri football game against Tennessee on Saturday at Neyland Stadium.

A Tennessee fan waves a pompom during the first half of the Missouri football game against Tennessee on Saturday at Neyland Stadium.

The Golden Girls cheer on the sidelines during the second half of the Missouri football game against Tennessee on Saturday.

Missouri fans watch from the upper stands during the second half of the football game against Tennessee.

Wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham celebrates with teammates after catching a  touchdown pass during the third overtime of the Missouri football game against Tennessee on Saturday.

Wide receiver Jimmie Hunt celebrates after scoring a touchdown during the first overtime of the Missouri football game against Tennessee on Saturday.

A Volunteers fan reacts to an incomplete pass call by the referees during the fourth quarter of the Missouri football game against Tennessee on Saturday.

Wide receiver Marcus Lucas, right, celebrates with teammate Dorial Green-Beckham, middle, after Green-Beckham caught a touchdown pass which would help to tie the game and send it into overtime during the Missouri football game against Tennessee.

Offensive lineman Max Copeland hugs defensive lineman Lucas Vincent after the 51-48 overtime win over Tennessee on Saturday.

The Missouri football team celebrates after stopping the Tennessee offense on the fourth down during the fourth overtime Saturday.

Missouri head football coach Gary Pinkel hugs Athletics Director Mike Alden after the 51-48 overtime win over Tennessee on Saturday.

Missouri offensive lineman Max Copeland high-fives members of Marching Mizzou after the 51-48 overtime win against Tennessee.

Missouri wide receiver T.J. Moe celebrates with placekicker Andrew Baggett after Baggett kicked the game-winning field goal in the 51-48 overtime win over Tennessee on Saturday.

Missouri quarterback James Franklin shakes hands with a fan after leading the team to a 51-48 overtime win over Tennessee on Saturday.

Supervising editor is Brian Kratzer.


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