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PHOTO GALLERY: Tigers at the Big 12 Championship

Saturday, December 1, 2007 | 9:35 p.m. CST; updated 1:13 p.m. CDT, Tuesday, July 22, 2008
The Missouri Tigers run out into the Alamodome for the start of the Big 12 Championship game Saturday in San Antonio, Texas.

The top-ranked Missouri Tigers take on the Oklahoma Sooners.

Chase Daniel walks the sideline as the Tigers lose to Oklahoma.
Chase Daniel chases linebacker Curtis Lofton after he intercepted a Daniel pass.
Chase Daniel celebrates after scoring the Tigers' first touchdown of the game.
Ryan Gibbons/ Missourian

Missouri's Jeremy Maclin battles Oklahoma defender Lendy Holmes.
Safety William Moore was injured in the first quarter but quickly returned to the game.
Missouri fans filled the Alamodome for the big game.
Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel runs from linebacker Curtis Lofton, right.
Missouri's Tony Temple tries to break free from an Oklahoma defender during the first quarter of the Big 12 title game Saturday.
With Oklahoma's Joe Jon Finley on his back, Missouri's Andrew Gachkar (40) tries to tackle running back Allen Patrick (23).
Missouri's Martin Rucker tries to maneuver around Oklahoma's Lewis Baker.
Two hopeful Missouri fans.

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