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Outside Harpo's [Photo]

Police stand guard outside Harpo's early Sunday morning after the Tigers beat Oklahoma 36-27. Drunken revelers walking in the streets were being told to step back onto the sidewalks as normal traffic had resumed.

SLIDESHOW: Getting carried away [Slideshow]

Jubilant fans rush the field and carry sections of the goal posts downtown after Missouri beat Oklahoma in its homecoming matchup.

Sunday, Oct. 24, front page [Photo]

The front page of the Columbia Missourian for Sunday, Oct. 24.

Taking Stills down [Photo]

MU player Kevin Rutland attempts to take down OU player Kenny Stills.

Pinkel celebrates first win over Oklahoma [Photo]

Missouri's head coach Gary Pinkel, right, speaks with Chris Fowler, left, and Kirk Herbstreit on the set of College Gameday on a crowded Faurot Field after defeating the No. 1 BCS-ranked Oklahoma Sooners for the first time in his tenure as the Tigers' head coach.

Celebrating the win [Photo]

Fans celebrate after Missouri's win against Oklahoma.

Rushing the field [Photo]

Fans rush the field after the Missouri win against OU.

Chris Kelly [Photo]

Chris Kelly listens at a candidate forum hosted by the Columbia Disability Issues Coalition on October 13.

Laura Nauser [Photo]

Laura Nauser listens at the candidate forum hosted by the Columbia Disability Issues Coalition on October 13.

Getting closer to victory [Photo]

With hands raised, MU fans yell and cheer as an MU win seems more and more imminent.

Tigers going wild [Photo]

Fans cheer jubilantly after MU scored a touchdown to take the lead over OU, making the score 26 to 21.

All tied up [Photo]

With the score tied at 7, MU fans cheer on the Tiger football team during the first quarter of the Homecoming game against Oklahoma.

Smith's post-pick dash [Photo]

Sophomore defensive end Aldon Smith runs the ball downfield after intercepting a pass in the first quarter against Oklahoma on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

SLIDESHOW: For some 'GameDay' fans, a 3 a.m. wakeup call [Photo]

The day began early for many Missouri fans. Francis Quadrangle opened at 3:30 a.m. for people wanting to get in the best possible position for the ESPN "College GameDay" broadcast from in front of the Columns.

Taking a dive [Photo]

Senior safety Jarrell Harrison dives to tackle Oklahoma wide receiver Ryan Boyles during the 1st quarter of the Homecoming game on Saturday at Faurot Field.

Taking it on foot [Photo]

Junior quarterback Blaine Gabbert runs the ball during the first quarter against Oklahoma.

Post-tackle celebration [Photo]

Missouri linebacker Will Ebner celebrates a tackle in the second quarter of Saturday's game against Oklahoma.

Sooners converge on Jackson [Photo]

Junior wide receiver Jerrell Jackson tries to stay up as he is tackled by two Oklahoma defenders during the second half on Saturday.

Get your hands up [Photo]

Senior safety Jasper Simmons raises his hands to pump up the crowd as the Tigers take the field before the game Saturday.

MU receiver Jerrell Jackson vs. Oklahoma [Photo]

Missouri wide receiver Jerrell Jackson muscles through a pair of Oklahoma defenders for extra yards after a third quarter reception.
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