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MISSOURI FOOTBALL: Syracuse Orange defeats Tigers, 31-27

Saturday, November 17, 2012 | 6:00 p.m. CST; updated 9:27 p.m. CST, Saturday, November 17, 2012

The Syracuse Orange defeated the Missouri Tigers on Saturday evening at Memorial Stadium. The final score was Syracuse 31, Missouri 27.

MISSOURI VS. SYRACUSE

Photo galleries | Fans relax in fall sun before game. | Fans cheer, seniors recognized. | Images from the game

The scene | Sparse crowd gathers at Memorial Stadium.

Twitter feed | Live game-day conversation

Tigers Report Archive | How Missouri football players have done this season

Quiz | Test your knowledge of Syracuse.

Tiger Tweets | Missouri athletes gushed about the release of "Call of Duty: Black Ops II."

Senior day | Tigers fans tweet about their favorite memories of Missouri football's seniors.

Like the Missouri Tigers? | Play the MU Tiger Challenge game for a chance to win a $100 weekly prize or $1,000 grand prize. | Like our Missourian Tigers Report page on Facebook. | Download the Tiger Kickoff e-book for Missouri's game against Syracuse.


PREVIOUS COVERAGE | For Missourian digital subscribers

Tiger Kickoff | Fans have only gotten a glimpse of wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham's talent. | A year ago, Luke Lambert left the Missouri football team. But, he hasn't left Columbia, and he hasn't left the game.

The opponent | 10 things you didn't know about Syracuse. | Syracuse's senior quarterback posses another challenge for Missouri defense.

Tigers Report | Missouri, Syracuse fighting for bowl eligibility.

Fast Five | Five facts about Kony Ealy

Senior day | Missouri football coaches ready for emotional sendoff.



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