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Marching Mizzou walks to Faurot Field

Marching Mizzou heads over to Faurot Field from the Hearnes Center, where they warm-up, before MU's football game against San Diego State on Saturday. Marching Mizzou has to arrive one hour before the game starts so that they can play during the opening ceremonies.

Getting into uniform

Marching Mizzou members, from left, Andrew Newman, a freshman, and Seth Elder, a senior, who are both trombone players, help suit each other up in their uniforms before heading over to Faurot Field before the MU football game against San Diego State on Saturday.

Warming up

Marching Mizzou drumline members, from left, Will Lyons, a freshman, and Nick Ebner, a junior, warm-up outside of the Hearnes Center before MU's football game against San Diego State on Saturday. Marching Mizzou is present for every home game and have to arrive one hour before kickoff to start the game.

Duo play music for Columbia Heritage Festival

Dierik Leonhard and Jane Accurso play a bluegrass tune during the Columbia Heritage Festival on Saturday. Accurso and Leonhard have been playing together for the last 16 years, after Accurso found that she had bluegrass and cajun music in her blood.

Children milk fake cows at Columbia Heritage Festival

Eli, 5, and his sister Millie Cornish, 2, practice milking a fake cow at Nifong Park for the Heritage Festival on Saturday. Their mother Erin brought them to the festival for the first time this year, saying that it was something fun for them to do.

Good times for Aldon Smith

Missouri wide receiver Aldon Smith, right, celebrates with his teammates against San Diego State at Faurot Field on Saturday.

Haskel Indian Nations Dancers perform at Heritage Festival

Members of the Haskell Indian Nations Dancers perform a cultural dance during the Heritage Festival at Nifong Park on Saturday. Five-year-old Zoe Schroer said that one of her favorite parts of the festival was the dancers, "because they dance like I can't dance."

A run by Henry Josey

Missouri tailback Henry Josey runs with the ball against San Diego State at Faurot Field on Saturday.

Cheering Tigers

Fans cheer as the MU football team takes the field Saturday.

Leading the way

The MU cheer team leads the way as the Tigers football team takes the field against San Diego State at Faurot Field on Saturday.

Marching Mizzou heads to the game

Marching Mizzou marches from the Hearnes Center parking lot to Memorial Stadium after warming up for tailgaters waiting for the start of the Tigers' game Saturday against San Diego State.

De'Vion Moore breaks from the pack

Missouri's De’Vion Moore, far right, breaks away for a touchdown against San Diego State at Faurot Field on Saturday.

MU quarterback Blaine Gabbert vs. San Diego St.

Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert looks for a receiver in Saturday's game vs. San Diego State. The Tigers lead the Aztecs 20-14 with thunderstorms threatening late in the third quarter.

Blaine Gabbert scans the field

Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert, left, looks to pass early in the first quarter against San Diego State at Faurot Field on Saturday,

Paydirt for De'Vion Moore

Missouri's De’Vion Moore scores the first touchdown of Saturday's game against San Diego State, giving the Tigers an early lead at Faurot Field.

Tigers at the tailgate

Decorations at a tailgate outside Memorial Stadium on Saturday. Many tailgates had stuffed tigers to help add to the festivity.

Firing up with a fiesta

From left, Mary Kaitlyn Condict, 10, Maggie Condict, 6, and Julia LaHue, 8, fill their plates with fiesta-themed food at a tailgate on Saturday. Each week their families have a different theme for their food and decorations at the tailgate.

Kyklos dance group

Members of the Kyklos dance group of St. Louis perform during the fifth annual More Than a Greek Festival at St. Luke's Greek Orthodox Church in Columbia on Saturday.

Drooling over the new room

Sassy, a six-year-old Airedale Terrier Labrador, drools in one of the new dog rooms on Saturday. Facility renovations have been valued at $600,000.

Enjoying the Greek festival

Festival-goers enjoy the food at the fifth annual More Than a Greek Festival at St. Luke's Greek Orthodox Church in Columbia on Saturday.
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