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Texas Welcomes Mizzou Fans

Monday, December 31, 2007 | 7:46 p.m. CST; updated 1:55 p.m. CDT, Monday, July 21, 2008
A Missouri cheerleader is tossed into the air during Monday's parade.

Thousands of people lined the streets of downtown Dallas to enjoy the Comerica Bank New Year’s Parade, Monday afternoon, Dec. 31, 2007. The parade is one of many events preceding Tuesday's Cotton Bowl. Parade participants included 24 high school bands from across the country, along with the MU and Arkansas bands and spirit squads. Former Dallas Cowboy Emmitt Smith served as the parade's grand marshal.

Miss Missouri USA, Candace Crawford, a broadcast journalism student at MU waves to the crowd as a Missouri representative on Monday.
Former Dallas Cowboy and New Year's Parade grand marshal Emmitt Smith greets fans at the Parade.
A dancer from the Ballet Folklorico de Fort Worth, Inc. performs during Monday's parade.
The Big Mo drum marched on the streets in downtown Dallas, Texas during the parade.
Members of the Kilgore Rangerettes perform in the parade.
Missouri Tiger fans cheer Marching Mizzou in Dallas, Texas on Monday.
Various bands from high schools around the United States participated in Monday's parade.
Missouri cheerleaders participate in the parade.

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