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Tony Lewis

Tony Lewis is one of the suspects in the killing of 22-year-old Aaron Hobson early Saturday morning at a Columbia Break Time. Hobson was in Columbia to visit his cousin, MU football cornerback Trey Hobson.

Leo Roland

Leo Roland is one of the suspects in the killing of 22-year-old Aaron Hobson early Saturday morning at a Columbia Break Time. Hobson was in Columbia to visit his cousin, MU football cornerback Trey Hobson.

Darris Peal

Darris Peal is one of the suspects in the killing of 22-year-old Aaron Hobson early Saturday morning at a Columbia Break Time. Hobson was in Columbia to visit his cousin, MU football cornerback Trey Hobson.

Daron Peal

Daron Peal is one of the suspects in the killing of 22-year-old Aaron Hobson early Saturday morning at a Columbia Break Time. Hobson was in Columbia to visit his cousin, MU football cornerback Trey Hobson.

Trash bags fill bins near Faurot Field

Post-game trash filled bins to their rims Sunday morning near Faurot Field.

Seventh-Day Adventists volunteer to clean up near Faurot Field

Members of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Moberly traveled 20 miles south to Columbia to help with the Homecoming cleanup on Sunday. Here, they're working a lot near Faurot Field.

Trash bags line parking lots near Faurot Field

Trash bags line the parking lots near Faurot Field the day after Missouri's historic win over Oklahoma, the top-ranked team in the Bowl Championship Series standings. Beer cans, beer bottles, leftover food and lost car keys were among the things volunteers picked up from tailgating areas.

Johnston family takes out the trash after Homecoming

Johnston family members Lance, left, Jolene, center, and Lauren work together to remove an oversized bag from a trash can on Sunday near Faurot Field. The Johnstons were among a volunteer group from the Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Moberly.

Wayne and Esther Pervis clean up after Homecoming

Wayne Pervis, left, and his daughter, Esther, help pick up trash Sunday near Faurot Field. The Pervises were among a group of volunteers from the Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Moberly.

Sawing the goal post

Senior Kim Musket, 22, holds a small remaining piece of the goal post as some fans use badly worn saws to cut through the post while onlookers hope to be next to claim their own piece. The group spent numerous minutes just to cut a ring off that no thicker than an inch, but to them was well worth it.

Outside Harpo's

Police stand guard outside Harpo's early Sunday morning after the Tigers beat Oklahoma 36-27. Drunken revelers walking in the streets were being told to step back onto the sidewalks as normal traffic had resumed.

Sunday, Oct. 24, front page

The front page of the Columbia Missourian for Sunday, Oct. 24.

Taking Stills down

MU player Kevin Rutland attempts to take down OU player Kenny Stills.

Pinkel celebrates first win over Oklahoma

Missouri's head coach Gary Pinkel, right, speaks with Chris Fowler, left, and Kirk Herbstreit on the set of College Gameday on a crowded Faurot Field after defeating the No. 1 BCS-ranked Oklahoma Sooners for the first time in his tenure as the Tigers' head coach.

Celebrating the win

Fans celebrate after Missouri's win against Oklahoma.

Rushing the field

Fans rush the field after the Missouri win against OU.

Chris Kelly

Chris Kelly listens at a candidate forum hosted by the Columbia Disability Issues Coalition on October 13.

Laura Nauser

Laura Nauser listens at the candidate forum hosted by the Columbia Disability Issues Coalition on October 13.

Getting closer to victory

With hands raised, MU fans yell and cheer as an MU win seems more and more imminent.

Tigers going wild

Fans cheer jubilantly after MU scored a touchdown to take the lead over OU, making the score 26 to 21.
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