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Gabbert makes a dive

MU quarterback Blaine Gabbert dives to the ground in an attempt to avoid being sacked by KU linebacker Steven Johnson, left, during the Border Showdown.

Homosexuals in the military

Defense Secretary Robert Gates, left, and Joint Chiefs Chairman Adm. Michael Mullen arrive to testify before the Senate Armed Services Committee on the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy on Capitol Hill in Washington on Feb. 2, 2010.

Gabbert prepares to make a throw

MU quarterback Blaine Gabbert prepares to throw the ball during the first quarter of the Border Showdown at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.

A victory hug

Jerrell Jackson hugs De'Vion Moore after he scored the final touchdown Saturday in the Border Showdown. The Tigers beat the Jayhawks 35-7.

Drumming during the trophy presentation

Missouri players hold up and beat on the drum during the trophy presentation after beating KU Saturday in the Border Showdown.

Moe runs past Jayhawk cornerback

MU wide receiver T.J. Moe runs in the touchdown as KU cornerback Tyler Patmon reaches out to grab him during the game against KU at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.

Lawrence scores a third touchdown

Kendial Lawrence runs in for MU's third touchdown during the second quarter of the game against KU on Saturday at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.

Scoring the first touchdown

De'Vion Moore makes the first touchdown in the first quarter during the game against KU at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.

Tigers celebrate a touchdown

In the foreground from left, L'Damian Washington and Andrew Gachkar celebrate after a touchdown during the first quarter.

Resonno celebrates a turnover

MU defensive lineman Terrell Resonno celebrates after a turnover during the first quarter.

Britt blocks for Gabbert

Quarterback Blaine Gabbert makes a run during the first half as offensive lineman Justin Britt blocks KU defensive end Jake Laptad.

Last rites

Bob Danley administers last rites for Kansas while tailgating before the Border Showdown game Saturday. Danley said it is an MU tradition to hold a service for the rival team to make sure people are cheering on the "right side."

Tailgate decor

MU tailgaters line their tent with tiger stuffed animals before the Border Showdown game Saturday against Kansas.

Keep your river clean

Tom Birkenmeier, one of the board members of the St. Louis Chapter of the Riverkeepers, records where river water samples were taken Friday on a boat trip to test for E.coli bacteria with Capt. Mike Bush, the chapter's founder.

Remove the water, carry the water

Capt. Mike Bush, left, founder of the St. Louis chapter of the Riverkeepers collects a water sample from his boat on a creek near Grafton Illinois Friday. He will have the sample tested for E.coli bacteria on the river. Riverkeepers is a volunteer non-profit organization devoted to keeping area waterways clean and healthy.

Falling into disrepair

This Nov. 1, 2010 photo shows the historic Huhn-Harrison house at 340 S. Lorimier St. in Cape Girardeau, Mo. Lynn Hoffman sees the 105-year-old local landmark in Cape Girardeau as a cherished family heirloom. "I think the home will eventually come down," Hoffman said from her Denison, Iowa, home. "And I just hate that. I wish the house could be saved, but I just don't see that happening."

A decade of Black Friday shopping

Jennifer Ray, left, of Wellsville, and Cassie Borcherding, of Mexico, seek out the toys from their list of Christmas gifts at Target on Black Friday. The pair had started their bargain hunting at 8:30 p.m. Thursday and had not slept since. Borcherding has been hunting for bargains on Black Friday for ten years.

Early shoppers

Shoppers stream into a Best Buy to take advantage of the store's early opening Friday in Dartmouth, Mass.

Waiting for bargains

Quezya Miner and Brandon Deacon wait in below freezing temperatures with hundreds of other Black Friday shoppers of Target, which opened at 4 a.m. on Friday. The couple had been waiting outside the store since 12:30 a.m. Friday in hopes of purchasing a TV offered as a "doorbuster" deal.

It's time for pie

Lyndsy Moore and Nick Rodriguez plate pumpkin pie in the kitchen of Stamper Commons on Thanksgiving Day. Moore said about volunteering for the first time, "It's fun. I want to take some of this food with me, but it's fun."
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