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MU football player Marcus Murphy vs. Colorado

MU freshman tailback Marcus Murphy dodges a tackler against Colorado. Murphy said returning kicks for the Tigers gives him a chance to show off his skills.

Jones emerges from Bradford's shadow

Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones, right, watches his pass in the first quarter of Saturday's game against Iowa State. Oklahoma won 52-0.

Mizzou soccer players play dodgeball

Missouri soccer players try to grab rubber balls at the start of a game of dodgeball during a walk-through session Aug. 27 at Koskinen Stadium in Durham, N.C. The Tigers play dodgeball before every road game.

Elated Alexander celebrates touchdown

St. Louis Rams receiver Danario Alexander raises both arms in triumph after a diving 38-yard touchdown catch. "For that play to go just like it went, I kind of got emotional at that moment," he said.

Alexander's first touchdown catch

St. Louis Rams wide receiver Danario Alexander (84) holds onto a pass from quarterback Sam Bradford to score a touchdown Sunday against San Diego Chargers cornerback Antoine Cason.

Parking semi-trucks for ESPN's 'College GameDay'

Three white semi-trucks with ESPN's "College GameDay" park on the Eighth Street circle near Jesse Hall on Wednesday. Setup for the show is scheduled to start on Thursday.

Kicking boards in place for Alpha Gamma Sigma decorations

Alpha Gamma Sigma freshman Jonathan Fuller kicks boards in place for his house's decorations Wednesday.

Painting FarmHouse float

From left, Alpha Delta Pi freshman Leslie Dixon, FarmHouse senior Mark Wehmeyer and Alpha Delta Pi freshman Emily Robinson work on painting FarmHouse's MU Homecoming float Wednesday.

John Cauthorn

Twenty-first District candidate John Cauthorn, R-Mexico, Mo., speaks at a candidate forum on Oct. 13 at the Daniel Boone Regional Library.

Painting columns on FarmHouse homecoming float

FarmHouse senior Mark Wehmeyer paints the columns on his fraternity's MU Homecoming float Wednesday.

Kelly Schultz

Twenty-first District candidate Kelly Schultz, D-Shaw, speaks at a candidate forum on Oct. 13 at the Daniel Boone Regional Library.

Working on Alpha Gamma Sigma decorations

From left, MU students Craig Solomon, Marc Jensen, Brett Jones and Jonathan Fuller work on house decorations Wednesday for their fraternity Alpha Gamma Sigma.

Assembling Alpha Gamma Sigma decorations

Alpha Gamma Sigma freshman Jonathan Fuller, front, and junior Brett Jones assemble decorations for their fraternity house Wednesday.

One of many dogs at Tenderheart Kennels

One of the many dogs at Tenderheart Kennel in Silex jumps on its fenced enclosure. Tenderheart Kennels is owned by Hubert and Sharon Lavy, and the kennel would be affected if Proposition B passes.

Tenderheart Kennels employee Lynda Bridwell feeding the dogs

Tenderheart Kennels employee Lynda Bridwell fills the food bowl as the excited recipient looks on during early morning on Wednesday. Bridwell comes over every day around 7 a.m. and spends about 4 to 6 hours cleaning and feeding all of the dogs in the kennel.

Painting FarmHouse parade float

FarmHouse senior Mark Wehmeyer, left, and Alpha Delta Pi sisters Emily Robinson and Leslie Dixon paint the FarmHouse fraternity float Wednesday in preparation for the MU Homecoming parade.

Tenderheart Kennels owner, Hubert Lavy, plays with a bulldog

Tenderheart Kennels owner Hubert Lavy holds and plays with one of his bulldogs early Wednesday morning. Lavy is an adamant supporter of voting no on Proposition B. "You can't treat all dogs the same, so you can't write a bill that covers everything they need," he said.

Youth sports fields economic driver for Columbia

The Broncos play against the Packers in the Columbia Youth Football League in Cosmopolitan Park on Tuesday. If Proposition 1 passes, Columbia might see the development of more youth sports fields.

Homecoming Special Section

The cover of the Homecoming 2010 special section, a joint publication of the Missourian Advertising Department and the Mizzou Alumni Association

Tom Reaves Capp

Tom Reaves Capp covers city government and other local issues for the Missourian.
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