October 26, 2010
Missouri's Gahn McGaffie, left, and teammate Forrest Shock celebrate on the sidelines in the final seconds of the Tigers' 36-27 victory over the Oklahoma.
The Historical Society of Missouri hosted its second annual Halloween event Tuesday night. Curator Joan Stack estimated that 300 people attended the event, which included activities ranging from a haunted gallery tour to fortune telling.
Missouri's Gahn McGaffie runs past Oklahoma defender Sam Proctor on his way to 86-yard kickoff return Saturday in the Tiger's upset victory over the Sooners.
Oklahoma football coach Bob Stoops
Nebraska coach Bo Pelini said Tuesday he would change a couple items on the schedule his team follows in the 24 hours before a home football game. "We'll do some things just a little different. It's nothing drastic. To me, it's all about making sure the distractions are eliminated ..." he said.
Ashton Bodenstab looks every bit a Missouri volleyball player, but she says she never intended to be a student athlete. “It was kind of far-fetched for me to be playing here,” Bodenstab said.
Nebraska quarterback Taylor Martinez jumps over a pile of players for short yardage Saturday against Oklahoma State.
Decorated Rice Krispie pops lie on a table of Halloween treats at The Candy Factory on Tuesday. Employees said they have spent the past two weeks getting sweets such as chocolate lollipops and caramel apples ready in time for Halloween.
Carole Kennedy shops for sweet Halloween treats for her great-grandchildren at The Candy Factory on Tuesday. The Candy Factory has decked the store with Halloween decorations and terrifying treats, including tarantula gummies and chocolate eyeballs.
While Missouri does not impose transfer taxes, 37 other U.S. states do. These include many of Missouri’s neighboring states, which impose the tax at various rates, earning a range of revenue.
This is version 3 -- a combination of versions 1 and 2.
This is version 2 -- a photo of Francis Quadrangle with 18,000 Tigers fans packed inside for ESPN's "College GameDay" broadcast.
This is Version 1 -- the Missourian's front page from Sunday.
"Those Who Stay Will Be Champions," "A Year to Live It, A Lifetime to Remember It," and "Your Attitude is Everything" sprawl across the rafters of the Centralia High School football locker room. The Panthers had 20 minutes to make corrections during halftime in order to keep their lead against Monroe City High School.
October 25, 2010
Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin, left, slips past Kansas State defensive tackle Prizell Brown during the first half Saturday. Griffin's name is being tossed around as a possible Heisman Trophy candidate.
MU sophomores Lucy Faerber and Jonas Weir sit on a bluff in Capen Park on Monday. Faerber says she comes to the bluff whenever the seasons change.
Dogs take advantage of Monday's warmer weather to enjoy a swim in Hinkson Creek.
Terry Durham holds a tray of elderberries. Durham sells elderberry juice, jelly and cough syrup. He says demand for the berries far exceeds the supply.
Terry Durham tills land for a new elderberry orchard on his land near Hartsburg. Durham grows the largest crop of elderberries in North America. Elderberry growers and agronomists say the fruit could be competitive with trendy "superfoods" like pomegranate and acai, which are prized for their high levels of antioxidants.
Elderberries grow on a vine near Hartsburg.