Buddies and in business [Photo]

Shella Watson, owner, left, and Bex Oliger, manager, stand inside their shop, True Blue Fiber Friends, located on the corner of Business Loop 70 and College Avenue. Watson and Oliger have been best friends since high school and have always dreamed of starting a business together.

TIgers celebrate Alamo Bowl win [Photo]

Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel leads his teammates in the Tigers' fight song in celebration of their victory Monday night in the Alamo Bowl.

MU women's basketball player RaeShara Brown [Photo]

MU’s RaeShara Brown, left, and SEMO’s Crysta Glenn battle for a rebound in Monday’s game.

In for a touchdown [Photo]

Missouri's Jeremy Maclin returns a punt for a touchdown to tie the game late in the second half.

Gotcha buddy [Photo]

Missouri's Justin Garrett trips up Northwestern's running back Tyrell Sutton

And he's down [Photo]

Missouri's Trey Hobson brings down Northwestern's Ross Lane.

Poor timing [Photo]

Danario Alexander misses a pass in the end zone.

Face to face [Photo]

Missouri's Trey Hobson celebrates with Jeremy Maclin after Maclin's return for a touchdown late in the second quarter during the Alamo Bowl in San Antonio, Texas.

The chase is on [Photo]

MU's Stryker Sulak goes after Northwestern's quarterback C.J. Bacher during the second quarter of Monday's game.

Couple wed at Boone County Courthouse [Photo]

A Boone County judge, center, reads through a marriage-related document to Natasha Cohen, Patrick T.J. Tintes during their wedding ceremony on Nov. 7 in Columbia. With them are Joshua Tintes, left, and Bryan Sharkey.

A kiss after the exchange of vows [Photo]

Patrick T.J Tintes, left, gives Natasha Cohen, right, a kiss after exchanging vows on Nov. 7 at the Boone County Courthouse.

Fans warmup for Alamo Bowl [Photo]

Rob Stewart, left, lines up with his son Cole Stewart, age 8, before running a mock pass play Monday outside the Alamodome while waiting for the game between Missouri and Northwestern to begin. Rob Stewart moved to San Antonio from St. Louis where he first started following the Tigers.

MU cheerleaders at the Alamo Bowl [Photo]

Missouri cheerleaders go through a routine for Tigers fans before the start of Monday's Alamo Bowl.

Alamo Bowl pregame preparation [Photo]

Zach Gass of Lubbock, Texas, closes his eyes and tries to sit still while having his face painted with Missouri's colors before Monday's Alamo Bowl. Gass and his family are not Tigers fans, but said they wanted to watch a Big 12 COnference team play in a bowl game.

End of championship hopes [Photo]

A pile of Texas players spill into the end zone on a first half touchdown by Longhorns running back Chris Ogbonnaya on Oct. 18 in Austin, Texas. The loss to Texas dealt a death blow to MU's national championship hopes.

Injured MU linebacker Steve Redmond [Photo]

Steve Redmond puts weights on his leg before doing leg lifts at physical therapy on Dec. 18. Redmond suffered a season-ending knee injury in the Missouri football team's season opener against Illinois Aug. 30 in St. Louis.

Thomas Eagleton [Photo]

In this Aug. 1, 1972, file photo Sen. Thomas Eagleton reacts while listening to presidential hopeful Sen. George McGovern's announcement that Eagleton is stepping aside as his vice presidential running mate during a news conference in Washington. Public disclosure of his mental illness and shock therapy forced him to withdraw as McGovern's running mate in 1972. Some questioned whether the FBI, which had kept tabs on Eagleton since the 1950s, had shared his medical information to the media or others.

Ann Savage [Photo]

In this photo provided by Kent Adamson of the Ann Savage Archive, shows a 1940 photo of veteran movie actress Ann Savage. Savage, who earned a cult following as a femme fatale in such 1940s pulp-fiction movies as "Detour," has died at 87.

2008 Tigers take the field vs. OSU [Photo]

Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel and his team run onto the field before the Tigers' game Oct. 11 against Oklahoma State.

Scultpor Robert Graham dead at 70 [Photo]

Sculptor Robert Graham is shown in this 2006 photo with his wife, actress Anjelica Huston, at the 58th Annual Directors Guild Awards in Los Angeles. Graham, whose massive bronze works mark civic monuments across America, died Saturday.