December 2, 2013
Auburn cornerback Chris Davis, No. 11, returns a missed field goal attempt 100-plus yards to score the game-winning touchdown as time expired in the fourth quarter of Saturday's NCAA college football game against No. 1 Alabama in Auburn, Ala. Auburn won 34-28.
Track and field star Jesse Owens' gold medal from his 1936 Olympics win is displayed in this Nov. 19 photo at the SCP Auctions in Laguna Nigel, Calif. One of the four Olympic gold medals won by Owens at the 1936 Berlin Games is set to go on the auction block. SCP Auctions says the medal could sell for upward of $1 million in the online auction that runs through Saturday.
Julie Wentz, director of Mizzou Animal Cancer Care, shows Sadie's owners the complexity of their pet's nasal tumor and explains the process of radiation therapy while Sadie is in treatment.
Ohio State defensive back Tyvis Powell, left, intercepts a pass intended for Michigan wide receiver Drew Dileo, No. 9, on a two-point conversion try in closing minute Saturday. Ohio State won 42-41.
A veterinary technician student holds Sadie, a nasal tumor patient at the Mizzou Animal Cancer Care facility, while she is administered anesthesia. Later that day, Sadie underwent radiation treatment. Most radiation therapy through Mizzou Animal Cancer Care facility costs the patient's owners around $3,000 to $4,000 for full treatment.
Ohio State defensive back Tyvis Powell, left, intercepts a pass intended for Michigan wide receiver Drew Dileo, No. 9, on a two-point conversion try in the closing minute of Saturday's NCAA college football game in Ann Arbor, Mich. Ohio State won 42-41.
Olympic bronze medalist Tom Daley from Britain celebrates after the men's 10-meter platform diving final at the Aquatics Centre in the Olympic Park during the 2012 Summer Olympics in London on Aug. 11, 2012. Daley announced Monday he is in a relationship with a man. Daley says in a five-minute video clip released on YouTube and published on Monday that he wanted "to put an end to all the rumors and speculation. ... "
From left, Clare Looser-Frederking, Gaye Sponamore and Julie Wentz prepare to lift their 140-pound patient, Newfoundland Molly, off the table, also called the "couch," where she laid to receive radiation treatment for bone cancer at the Mizzou Animal Cancer Care facility in Wentzville. Molly, like many of the Cancer Care facility's patients, comes in multiple times a week for treatment to help stop the cancer from growing.
Austin Peay's middle blocker Lauren Henderson faces off with senior Missouri setter Molly Kreklow at Hearnes Center on Oct. 8. Kreklow was named SEC player of the year on Monday.
Josh Boyer practices at Tolton High School on Nov. 15.
New York Giants free safety Will Hill, right, takes the football away from Washington Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garcon, No. 88, during the second half Sunday. The Giants won 24-17.
"It's annoying when your line gets tangled," Ben McCullough said. McCullough went trout fishing at Cosmo-Bethel Park in Columbia on Monday. The weather, in the 50s on Monday, was not ideal for trout fishing.
Ben McCullough went trout fishing at Cosmo-Bethel Park in Columbia on Monday. McCullough, a MU student studying fishery and wildlife sciences, first began fishing with his father when he was 4. "It's a great way to unwind. The peace of fishing is something I love," he said.
Auburn’s Chris Davis runs out of the end zone, breaking the tackle attempt of Alabama’s Brian Vogler after a failed Alabama field goal on the final play, and carries the ball back more than 100 yards for the winning touchdown of the Iron Bowl at Jordan-Hare Stadium on Saturday in Auburn, Ala.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith, No. 11, slides to ground as Denver Broncos strong safety Duke Ihenacho, No. 33, and defensive end Malik Jackson, No. 97, chase him Sunday.
Ben McCullough's makeshift tackle box was a plastic bag. He went trout fishing at Cosmo-Bethel Park in Columbia on Monday.
Ben McCullough places a new line on his fishing rod. He said he usually catches 10 to 15 trout at Cosmo-Bethel Park but didn't catch anything on Monday.
Ben McCullough went trout fishing at Cosmo-Bethel Park on Monday. McCullough, a MU student, first began fishing with his father when he was 4. "Come on fish," he said. "Give me one, just one, baby." He didn't catch anything though he said he usually gets 10 to 15 trout.
Confetti is released over the crowd for the grand finale of Insane Clown Posse's headline performance on the final night of the 2012 Gathering of the Juggalos at Cave-In-Rock, Ill. Organizers of the outdoor festival featuring the rap-metal group say they're relocating from their site in southern Illinois' Hardin County. Jason Webber, a spokesman for Psychopathic Records Inc., which produces the Gathering of the Juggalos, didn't say where the festival would be held or why the venue was changing.
Ken Ernst and his wife, Abigail Ernst, pose with their 2-month-old daughter, Lucy, in their Oldwick, N.J., home. The couple conceived Lucy by using only one embryo through in vitro fertilization. With nearly half of all babies born using advanced fertility help being multiple births, doctors are now urging more couples to attempt pregnancy with just a single embryo.