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PHOTO GALLERY: Syracuse defeats Missouri at Memorial Stadium

Saturday, November 17, 2012 | 8:06 p.m. CST; updated 12:18 a.m. CST, Sunday, November 18, 2012
Syracuse defensive tackle Jay Bromley tackles Missouri quarterback James Franklin in the first half of the Missouri-Syracuse game Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

COLUMBIA — The Tigers faced the Syracuse Orange on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. The final score was Syracuse 31, Missouri 27. 

Missouri player Will Ebner tackles Syracuse player Jerome Smith during the first quarter of the game on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian).

Missouri tailback Kendial Lawrence runs the ball down field, avoiding the Syracuse defense at the game on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Syracuse defensive tackle Jay Bromley tackles Missouri quarterback James Franklin in the first half of the game. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Missouri wide receiver Jimmie Hunt avoids a tackle by Syracuse safety Shamarko Thomas in the second quarter of the Missouri-Syracuse game. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Syracuse linebacker Cameron Lynch and safety Ritchy Desir tackle Missouri defensive lineman Marcus Lucas in the second quarter of the game. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Missouri quarterback James Franklin looks for a pass in the second quarter of the game against Syracuse. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Syracuse running back Prince-Tyson Gulley unsuccessfully reaches for the end zone after being tackled by the Missouri defense. Gulley scored a touchdown on the next play. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham runs in 70-yard touchdown pass for the first score of the game against Syracuse on Saturday. (Photo: YI-CHIN LEE/Missourian)

Missouri defensive back E.J. Gaines intercepts the ball intended for Syracuse wide receiver Marcus Sales in the third quarter Saturday. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Missouri defensive back E.J. Gaines celebrates after his interception in the third quarter of the game against Syracuse on Saturday. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Missouri defensive lineman Shane Ray is prevented from making the tackle on Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib in the third quarter of the game Saturday. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Missouri safety Kenronte Walker tackles Syracuse wide receiver Alec Lemon in the fourth quarter of the game on Saturday at Faurot Field. (Photo by YI-CHIN LEE/Missourian)

Syracuse wide receiver Alec Lemon stiff arms Missouri safety Kenronte Walker as he runs the ball down field in the fourth quarter of the game on Saturday at Faurot Field. (Photo by YI-CHIN LEE/Missourian)

Syracuse defensive tackle Deon Goggins tackles Missouri quarterback James Franklin in the fourth quarter of the Missouri-Syracuse game on Saturday.  (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Missouri tailback Jared McGriff-Culver is lifted off the ground after being tackled by the Syracuse defense in the second half of the Missouri-Syracuse game Saturday. (Photo by YI-CHIN LEE/Missourian)

Missouri wide receiver T.J. Moe dives with the ball after a run in the last quarter of the game on Saturday. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Missouri defensive lineman Matt Hoch tries to tip a pass from Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib during the game against the Syracuse Orange on Saturday.  Missouri lost 31-27. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Syracuse wide receiver Alec Lemon reaches to score the touchdown that tied the Missouri vs. Syracuse game at 17-17 on Saturday. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)

Syracuse cornerback Keon Lyn tackles Missouri wide receiver Marcus Lucas in the fourth quarter Saturday. (Photo by STUART PALLEY/Missourian)


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