October 9, 2010
Teammates congratulate Missouri's Trey Barrow (97) after his 26-yard punt fake during the first half of Saturday's game against Colorado. The Tigers won 26-0.
Missouri linebacker Zaviar Gooden swats away an attempted pass by Colorado quarterback Tyler Hansen in the Tigers' shutout victory in October at Memorial Stadium.
Wes Kemp, left, and Michael Egnew, right, celebrate after Egnew's second touchdown reception during the Tigers win against Colorado on Saturday. The Tigers shut the Buffaloes out 26-0.
Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert evades a tackle by Colorado's BJ Beatty during Saturday's game.
Tight end Michael Egnew reaches the end zone after a reception from Blaine Gabbert in the second quarter of the game against Colorado on Saturday. Egnew had two touchdowns in the 26-0 win, which brought the Tigers to 5-0 overall.
Colorado's Chidera Uzo-Diribe strips the ball from Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert during Saturday's game. Even after the turnover, Colorado remained scoreless. Missouri won 26-0.
Tight end Michael Egnew catches a touchdown pass from freshman quarterback James Franklin in the fourth quarter of the game against Colorado on Saturday at Faurot Field. The Tigers defeated the Buffaloes 26-0.
Missouri defensive lineman sidesteps a blocker on his way to sacking Colorado quarterback Tyler Hansen (No. 9) in the Tigers shutout victory Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
Colorado football head coach Dan Hawkins complains to an official about a call during the first quarter of Colorado's game against Missouri on Saturday. Hawkins' Buffaloes trailed 19-0 after the first half.
Missouri football's Bart Coslet (98) and Brendan Donaldson (58) react to Missouri's first score, a safety, with other members of the team during the first half of its game against Colorado on Saturday.
Pumpkins were out for sale at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival on Saturday. Families picked out pumpkins to take home and took photos sitting with them.
Scented sachet beads sit in jars at Kerri Mills Candles, Gifts and More booth on Saturday at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival. Mills said she sells her products online and has been coming to the festival for the past several years.
Cedar Valley Riders saddle club volunteers Michelle Sorenson, left, Cynnamon Renfro and the club president, Joe Garcia, help Lane Patrick Cundiff, 3, off a horse during horseback rides at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival on Saturday. The rides were $4 each and let children take supervised rides around a baseball field.
Jayce Nistendirk, 2, shoots a tin pumpkin with his bubble gun on Saturday at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival. Nistendirk's mom, Heather Nistendirk, said she grew up in Hartsburg and comes to the festival every year.
Families ride through pumpkin fields on the American Monster Ride at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival on Saturday. Multiple tractor rides took place at the festival, as well as horseback rides.
Braden Vandegriffe, 4, helps his mom, Michelle Vandegriffe, pick a bow for his little sister, Mya Vandegriffe, 9 months, in the Sweet Cheek Boutique booth at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival on Saturday. Michelle Vandegriffe said she loves when Mya wears bows. "I love it because she keeps them on," she said.
Jess Johnson and Jenny Baker look at Jazzy Jewels jewelry on Friday in the Catacombs Art Market in Artlandish Gallery.
Kevin Gibbs of Columbia shows patrons his hand-made didgeridoos on Friday during Artrageous in the Catacombs Art Market in the basement of Artlandish Gallery. Gibbs sands down PVC pipe, heats it on his barbecue grill to bend the pipe, then hand paints each didgeridoo.
Toby Coslet, 10, watches Darren Laupp cut wood with a velocipede scroll saw at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival on Saturday. Laupp, who was at the festival with the Midwest Woodworkers Association, said the saw is a reproduction of one that would have been used in 1886. "Today we're letting kids swing a hammer and use some glue," Laupp said about helping kids make small wood crafts. "We try to make sure our fingers are out of the way when they use the hammer."
Wayne Manly, co-owner of Jazzy Jewels with wife Beth Manly, sells their artwork on Friday at the Catacombs Art Market in Artlandish Gallery. The Manlys said they moved closer to Columbia so they could be part of an art community. The name Jazzy Jewels comes from the combination of their dogs' names Jazz and Jewel.