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Fight for the ball [Photo]

Junior J.T. Tiller battles Nebraska's Sek Henry for possession early in the first half on Saturday against Nebraska. The Tigers won, 70-47.

Running the floor [Photo]

Mizzou coach Mike Anderson shouts instructions to his players during the game.

Loving that block [Photo]

From left, assistant coach Melvin Watkins and players Mike Anderson Jr., Kim English, Keith Ramsey and Justin Safford jump up and cheer as a Cornhusker's shot is blocked.

Battle for the ball [Photo]

Baylor guard Kelli Griffin, right, and Missouri guard Raeshara Brown (23) battle for a rebound during the first half of the women's basketball game Saturday in Waco, Texas. Looking on are Baylor's Rachel Allison (14) and Missouri's Shakara Jones (44).

Satisfied fans [Photo]

MU sophomore Tyler Collins, left, and freshman Michael Langenberg celebrate the Tigers' efforts in the second half. With the victory over Nebraska, Mizzou improves its overall record to 22-4, 9-2 in conference play.

Cheering them on [Photo]

Matt Lawrence and Zaire Taylor attempt to keep spirits high during the game against Nebraska. Lawrence, along with DeMarre Carroll, scored a team high 13 points in the win against the Cornhuskers.

Tiger attack [Photo]

Nebraska's Sek Henry is surrounded by MU defenders Justin Safford, Steve Moore and Michael Anderson Jr. With solid defense and strong offense, the Tigers went on to win the game 70-47.

A sure two points [Photo]

The Tigers' Laurence Bowers dunks against the Cornhuskers.

Safford shoots [Photo]

MU forward Justin Safford attempts a shot in the paint over Nebraska's Paul Velander.

Beauty and the Beast [Photo]

MU gymnast Alicia Hatcher performs her floor routine during the third annual Beauty and the Beast at the Hearnes Center on February 13, 2009. Hatcher competed while MU wrestler Raymond Jordan competed against Central Michigan wrestler Mike Miller.

MU Gymnastics Figueroa [Photo]

John Figueroa, Associate Head Coach, congratulates Danielle Guider, MU junior, after her performance at the floor during the Missouri vs Illinois gymnastics event at the Hearnes Center on February 13, 2009. Missouri won the competition with a score of 196.625 against 195.

MU Gymnastics Hatcher [Photo]

Alicia Hatcher, an MU senior, performs on the uneven bars during the Beauty and the Beast event at Hearnes Center.

RB Basketball Dressler [Photo]

Rock Bridge senior Jordan Dressler fights through Kansas City Central senior Brandon Pritre on Friday night at Rock Bridge High School. Dressler was nominated to the McDonald's High School All-American team prior to tipoff. Rock Bridge defeated Kansas City Central 78-42.

RB Basketball Rudd [Photo]

Rock Bridge senior Briton Rudd drives past Kansas City Central senior Mikel Spearman on Friday night at Rock Bridge High School. Rock Bridge closed out their last regular season home game decisively with a 78-42 win.

RB Basketball [Photo]

Rock Bridge seniors Briton Rudd (left) and Ricky Kreklow (center) put a full court press on Kansas City Central senior Clay Felmon (right) on Friday at Rock Bridge High School. The Rock Bridge defense held strong in the Bruins' 78-42 win.

Rock Bridge Basketball [Photo]

The Rock Bridge Bruins fire themselves up before their game Friday night at Rock Bridge Senior High School. The Bruins celebrated senior night with a decisive 78-42 win over Kansas City Central.

Grand Prix Begins [Slideshow]

The Missouri Grand Prix began Friday night. A look in pictures at the event that continues through the weekend at the Mizzou Aquatic Center.

MU wrestler Michael Chandler [Photo]

Missouri's Michael Chandler competed against Central Michigan's Tyler Grayson during the Beauty and the Beast meet at the Hearnes Center

MU gymnast Sarah Shire [Photo]

Sarah Shire, an MU junior, performs on the floor during the gymnastics portion of the Beauty and the Beast meet on Feb. 13 at Hearnes Center.

By the numbers on Valentine's Day eve [Photo]

Raquel Shilf processes and numbers the mail that arrives for residents of Schurz Hall at MU on the eve of Valentine's Day. Raquel, a sophomore, works as a desk attendant at the hall. "We are sending e-mails to students so that they can receive the flowers while they are still fresh. This turns out to be the most busiest days of the year, just like Christmas," she said.
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