THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Missouri football upsets Georgia, high school bands compete at MU

Sunday, October 13, 2013 | 5:53 p.m. CDT

COLUMBIA — This week, Missourian photographers captured images from the Missouri football team's 41-26 upset of Georgia, the Champion of Champions Marching Band Contest at Memorial Stadium and the 21st annual Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival.

Kevin Cook took this photo of Missouri running back Henry Josey diving into the end zone for Missouri's final score in a 41-26 upset of Georgia on Saturday

In this photo captured by Mackenzie Bruce, Harrisburg football player Tyler Mcmahan holds the hand of his little sister Victoria after the Bulldogs' 26-0 victory over Westran on Monday.

Megan Donohue took this shot of Battle color guard instructor Christina Thalhuber, right, leading three students out of one of the band trailers before the Champion of Champions Marching Band Contest competition Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

In an image by Kevin Cook, MU cross-country athlete Hayden Legg cools down after a run on Tuesday morning at A.L. Gustin Golf Course in preparation for an upcoming meet.

Kholood Eid took this photo of Elise James, Michelle Rickel, Sam Hutmacher, Nate Davenport and Elizabeth Detelich working out at CrossFit CoMo. CrossFit's intense style of working out has put it at the center of a controversy regarding the risks of overexercise. CrossFit instructors in Columbia say they don't push their clients past their limits.

In a photo by Julia Sumpter, participants in pink tutus gather before lining up for the Susan G. Komen Mid-Missouri Race for the Cure 5K.

Julia Sumpter took this image of Kaidyn Rimel, 3, looking for the perfect pumpkin at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival. The festival kicked off its 21st edition on Saturday, turning the small town into "Missouri's Pumpkin Patch."

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