MISSOURI FOOTBALL: Texas A&M Aggies defeat Tigers, 59-29

Saturday, November 24, 2012 | 6:00 p.m. CST; updated 10:09 p.m. CST, Saturday, November 24, 2012
The Fightin' Texas Aggie Band marches during the Spirit Walk before the Texas A&M-Missouri football game Saturday in College Station, Texas.

The Missouri Tigers football team played the Texas A&M Aggies on Saturday in College Station, Texas. The final score was Texas A&M 59, Missouri 29.


Photo galleries | Texas A&M fans cheer at Midnight Yell. | Texas A&M, Missouri fans gather in College Station.

The scene | SEC move hasn't altered traditions at Texas A&M.

Twitter feed | Live game-day conversation

Quiz | Test your knowledge of Texas A&M.

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

PREVIOUS COVERAGE | For Missourian digital subscribers

Tiger Kickoff | "Coach Dad" guided offensive lineman Evan Boehm.

Tigers Report | For Big 12 defectors, a week without their traditional rivals

The opponent | 10 things you didn't know about Texas A&M

The Tigers | Injuries have prevented the SEC success Missouri expected. | Team won't give up on bowl-eligibility hopes, even against a 9-2 opponent. | Sheldon Richardson will be back after one-week suspension.

Bowl game? | Missouri would need to upset Texas A&M.

Tiger Tweets | Athletes post thanks about family, food.

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