THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Missouri football loses to South Carolina; MU Homecoming Parade takes over downtown

Sunday, October 27, 2013 | 4:52 p.m. CDT

COLUMBIA — This week, Missourian photographers captured images of protests to the decision not to press charges in the shooting death of Brandon Coleman, Missouri football's loss to South Carolina and festivities at the MU Homecoming Parade.

In this photo by Kholood Eid, Lewis Baumgartner hits the road at his farm in Fulton as Janice Baumgartner watches. Lewis Baumgartner built a second career as a comedian with his "World's Worst Farmer" act. After two strokes, he struggles to complete sentences but wants to spread a message about stroke symptoms and recovery.

Megan Donohue took this photo of Winona Coleman-Broadus protesting the prosecutor's decision not to press charges against the person who shot and killed her son, Brandon Coleman. The decision drew protests from members of the local NAACP chapter

In this photo by Kevin Cook, 48 toy tigers sit on the top of Russ and Betty Stokes' truck prior to Missouri's game against South Carolina on Saturday. With the Tigers ranked No. 5 in the BCS standings, Missouri fans came out in force on Saturday to fill Memorial Stadium.

Joshua Boucher took this photo of South Carolina linebacker Kaiwan Lewis celebrating after intercepting a pass from Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk in the first quarter of Saturday's game. South Carolina would go on to win 27-24 in double overtime.

Julia Sumpter captured this image of a fan standing in disbelief as Missouri kicker Andrew Baggett missed a field goal that would have sent the game into a third overtime.

In a photo by Kholood Eid, two-time All-American wrestler and Missouri alumnus Dom Bradley fights Justin Heberlie as part of the Missouri wrestling team's Alumni Black & Gold exhibition at the Hearnes Center on Saturday.

Kholood Eid took this photo of Jessica Hawk, whose skating name is Maimy Fisher, jumping over May Ling, whose skating name is Kung Pao Kitten, during the Homecoming Parade in downtown Columbia on Saturday

In an image by Kholood Eid, Rhett and Nolan McHargue of Columbia, age 2 1/2, watch their first MU Homecoming Parade.

Supervising editor is Elizabeth Stephens.

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