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Brian Holmes dribbles ball away from opponent, Michael Dixon

North Florida freshman guard Brian Holmes tries to dribble the ball away from sophomore guard Michael Dixon during the MU v. North Florida game on Saturday, Nov. 20.

Bowers shoots a layup

MU junior forward Laurence Bowers shoots a layup as the North Florida Ospreys and MU forward Ricardo Ratliffe look on during the second half of the MU vs. North Florida basketball game on Saturday.

MU Men's Basketball Coach Mike Anderson

MU Men's Basketball Head Coach Mike Anderson gets enraged with the MU v. North Florida basketball game on Saturday, Nov. 20 at Mizzou Arena. Anderson has been the head basketball coach at MU for five years.

Dixon drives the ball

MU sophomore guard Michael Dixon Jr. drives the ball on North Florida senior guard Brad Haugabrook during the MU v. North Florida basketball game on Saturday.

Underwood dunks

MU sophomore guard John Underwood dunks the ball during the MU vs. North Florida game on Saturday. The Tigers defeated the Ospreys 96-58.

After a touchdown

MU tight end Michael Egnew is congratulated by teammates after scoring the only touchdown in the first half against the Iowa State Cyclones on Saturday.

Moore dives for extra yards

MU tailback De'Vion Moore reaches for extra yards against the Iowa State defense on Saturday.

Josey dodges Cyclone defensive back

MU tailback Henry Josey dodges Iowa State defensive back David Sims for extra yards on Saturday.

Low fan turnout for Missouri football game at Iowa State

Jack Trice Stadium waits the start of Iowa State's game against MU on Saturday. Fan turnout (both MU and ISU) was low, partially because it was 37 degrees outside.

Standing outside the stadium

From left, Michelle and Katie St. Onge wait outside Jack Trice Stadium in Ames, Iowa, in 37-degree weather for the start of the football game against Iowa State on Saturday.

Rutland checks out the field

MU defensive back Kevin Rutland checks out Jack Trice Stadium before MU's game against Iowa State on Saturday.

West inducted into Hall

West Virginia University basketball star Jerry West takes a practice shot in 1959. West plans to be in attendance when he's ushered into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame on Sunday in Kansas City, inducted in the founding class for his remarkable career at West Virginia.

Helping load food drive donations

Jessie Adolph loads sacks of donated groceries for a food drive beneficiary outside the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center on Saturday, Nov. 20, 2010.

Turkey and fixings for food drive

Bags of food wait to be distributed to families at the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center on Saturday, Nov. 20, 2010. The food drive included personalized grocery lists for each family with enough supplies to cook meals for the week leading up to Thanksgiving.

Thank you notes from mid-Missouri's needy

Marshall L. Green, Alpha Phi Alpha Missouri district director, reads a thank-you note from a food drive beneficiary family at the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center on Saturday, Nov. 20, 2010.

Seven days food drive helps mid-Missouri's needy

Dr. Jarron Tilghman, front, carries grocery bags of food for Monica Pendoza, right, during the 15th-annual Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity Thanksgiving Food Drive at the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center on Saturday, Nov. 20, 2010. This year's drive provided food supplies for 30 low-income mid-Missouri families.

Showing support for the Historical Society

From left, Liz Kennedy and Lisa White discuss which baked goods White should take from the sale at the Boone County Historical Society Museum on Saturday. Kennedy has been on the Board of Directors for the museum for four years and is also a researcher for the society.

Bakesale goods for Historical Society fundraiser

Chocolate chip cookies, lemon tea cake and numerous other baked goods were part of the Boone County Historical Society museum's fundraiser on Saturday. The society was raising money to cover costs because of a budget shortage. There were also crafts, jewelry and other goods also for sale.

Shopping for treasures at Historical Society fundraiser

From left, Erma Pauley and Ann Sullivan discuss Sullivan's jewelry at the Boone County Historical Society Museum fundraiser on Saturday. In addition to making jewelry, Sullivan also is a paraprofessional educator, or teaching assistant, who helps at Rock Bridge HIgh School.

Serving up Shakespeare's for Best College Grub

General manager Tobias Epstein cuts a pie while Branna Still pulls another pizza from the oven during lunch rush at Shakespeare's Pizza on Broadway on Saturday. Shakespeare's Pizza is one of four eateries in "Good Morning America's" contest to find America's "Favorite College Grub."
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