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San Diego Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen celebrates after scoring [Photo]

San Diego Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen celebrates after scoring against the St. Louis Rams during the second half on Sunday in San Diego.

PHOTO GALLERY: Everybody Eats prepares for 17th Thanksgiving [Gallery]

Volunteers for Everybody Eats helped package hundreds of food baskets for Thanksgiving meals Sunday at St. Luke United Methodist Church. Everybody Eats is a volunteer organization that has helped give Thanksgiving meals to families around Columbia for the past 17 years.

Volunteers chat while preparing for Everybody Eats [Photo]

Joyce Peal, left, chats with fellow volunteer Erika Buford at St. Luke United Methodist Church on Ash Street while preparing Thanksgiving bags for the needy Sunday. The workers were filling Thanksgiving baskets with canned and boxed foods.

John Carson carries grocery bags for volunteer Thanksgiving dinner [Photo]

John Carson carries Thanksgiving turkeys for the needy into St. Luke United Methodist Church on Sunday. Carson is a volunteer who came over to St. Luke's after his own church service.

John Carson and son volunteer with Everybody Eats [Photo]

John Carson and his son, Oliver, joined other volunteers at St. Luke United Methodist Church on Ash Street to prepare Thanksgiving bags for the needy Sunday. The Everybody Eats group received more than 460 applications for food baskets this year.

Missouri players Aarion Penton, John Gibson celebrate a play [Photo]

Missouri defensive backs Aarion Penton, left, and John Gibson celebrate a play during the first half of the football game between the Tigers and the Tennessee Volunteers on Saturday at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Eric Sweet's artwork is on display at Columbia College [Photo]

Three pieces by Eric Sweet, an MU graduate and adjunct professor, are displayed at The Sidney Larson Gallery in Brown Hall on the Columbia College campus on Oct. 14.

"Ideal City" art piece by MU professor is on display at Columbia College [Photo]

"Ideal City," a hand-pressed, low relief blind embossment on cotton paper, is one of three pieces by Eric Sweet, an MU graduate and adjunct professor, on display at The Sidney Larson Gallery in Brown Hall on the Columbia College campus.

Ideal City (Birkenau) hangs in an art gallery at Columbia College [Photo]

Eric Sweet created Ideal City (Birkenau), a hand-pressed low relief blind embossment, which hangs in the Columbia College Sidney Larson Gallery on Oct. 14. Ideal City (Birkenau) is one of three of Sweet's pieces in the gallery. Sweet, an MU alumnus, also teaches as an adjunct professor in the MU Department of Art.

PHOTO GALLERY: MU professor Eric Sweets artwork is on display [Gallery]

MU alumnus and adjunct professor Eric Sweet's artwork Ideal City (Birkenau), named after the Auschwitz concentration camp, is one of three of his works featured in a gallery at Columbia College. "I think this piece does a great job of illustrating the contradictions inherent any time someone tries to impose their personal vision of the world onto the rest of us," Sweets said.

PHOTO GALLERY: Tigers defeat Volunteers [Gallery]

With the 29-21 victory Saturday, Missouri won a program-record 10th straight game on the road.

Jimmie Hunt catches ball for touchdown [Photo]

Missouri wide receiver Jimmie Hunt catches a pass despite pressure from Tennessee defensive back Justin Coleman during the second half of a football game Saturday at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee. The Missouri Tigers defeated the Tennessee Volunteers 29-21.

Bud Sasser leaps for a catch during game against Tennessee [Photo]

Missouri wide receiver Bud Sasser strains to catch the ball under pressure from Tennessee defensive back Cameron Sutton during the second half of a football game Saturday in Knoxville, Tennessee. The Tigers defeated the Volunteers 29-21.

Missouri Tigers celebrate beating Tennessee [Photo]

The Tigers celebrate their win after beating the Tennessee Volunteers 29-21 on Saturday at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.

Tigers celebrate win [Photo]

The Missouri Tigers celebrate their win after beating the Tennessee Volunteers 29-21 on Saturday at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. The Tigers defeated the Volunteers 29-21.

Jimmie Hunt celebrates his touchdown [Photo]

Missouri wide receiver Jimmie Hunt, right, celebrates his touchdown with wide receiver Darius White during the second half of a football game Saturday at Neyland Stadium at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. The Missouri Tigers defeated the Tennessee Volunteers 29-21.

GALLERY: Missouri takes on Tennessee in Knoxville [Gallery]

The Tigers traveled to Knoxville on Saturday to take on the Tennessee Volunteers in the team's final road game of the season.

Gary Pinkel contest a call during the game against Tennessee [Photo]

Missouri head football coach Gary Pinkel contests a referee's call during the first half of the Tigers football game at Neyland Stadium at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville on Saturday.

The Pride of the Southland Band performs [Photo]

The Pride of the Southland Band performs before the Missouri Tigers take on the Tennessee Volunteers in Knoxville on Saturday.

Maty Mauk evades a tackle [Photo]

Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk evades Tennessee defensive back Todd Kelly Jr. during the first half of a football game at Neyland Stadium at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville on Saturday.
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