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PHOTO GALLERY: Tigers' seniors recognized at Missouri-Syracuse game

Saturday, November 17, 2012 | 7:52 p.m. CST; updated 12:41 a.m. CST, Sunday, November 18, 2012
Missouri wide receiver T.J. Moe hugs wide receiver L'Damian Washington during senior recognition just before the game against Syracuse on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

COLUMBIA — Fans cheered and senior players were recognized at Missouri's football game against Syracuse on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. 

Missouri head football coach Gary Pinkel talks with sixth-year senior Elvis Fisher during senior recognition Saturday before the game against Syracuse University at Memorial Stadium. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Truman the Tiger sprays cheering fans in the student section before the start of the game against Syracuse on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Otto the Orange, Syracuse University's mascot, stands on the sidelines during the first quarter of the game Saturday at Memorial Stadium. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Syracuse University head coach Doug Marrone watches from the sidelines in the first half of the Missouri-Syracuse game Saturday evening at Memorial Stadium. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Missouri cheerleaders run "M-I-Z-Z-O-U" flags along the sidelines after Missouri got a field goal in the first half of the game against Syracuse on Saturday. (Photo by YI-CHIN LEE/Missourian)

Missouri defensive coordinator Dave Steckel claps for the senior football players during senior recognition before the game against Syracuse on Saturday. (Photo by RACHEL ENGLISH/Missourian)

Missouri offensive lineman Max Copeland, center, prays before the beginning of the third quarter during the game against Syracuse. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Missouri coach Gary Pinkel watches from the sidelines during the game against Syracuse on Saturday. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

A Missouri helmet rests on the turf as its owner ties his shoes during the third quarter of the game against Syracuse on Saturday. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Syracuse wide receiver Jarrod West celebrates with Syracuse wide receiver Alec Lemon after he helped tie the game 17-17. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Missouri defensive back E.J. Gaines sits on bench after Syracuse wide receiver Alec Lemon scored a touchdown in the final minute of the game Saturday. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

The Syracuse football team celebrates after the winning touchdown was scored by Syracuse wide receiver Alec Lemon in the final minute Saturday. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Missouri wide receiver Rolandis Woodland, a senior, stands with his teammates after losing the game to Syracuse 31-27 on Saturday. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

A Syracuse fan cheers during the fourth quarter of the Missouri-Syracuse game Saturday at Memorial Stadium. (Photo by YI-CHIN LEE/Missourian)

Syracuse running back Jerome Smith and Syracuse tight end Beckett Wales celebrate after the Orange scored to bring the score to 24-24 on Saturday. (Photo by YI-CHIN LEE/Missourian)

Missouri quarterback James Franklin walks with teammates after the end of the game against Syracuse on Saturday. Franklin played the first three quarters until suffering a head injury in the fourth. (Photo by YI-CHIN LEE/Missourian)

Missouri wide receiver T.J. Moe cries during senior recognition before the game against Syracuse on Saturday. The Tigers lost their last home game 31-27. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)


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