These Tigers showed their homecoming game faces by striking a pose for our Missourian photographers after attending the GameDay broadcast.
An estimated 18,000 fans attended the taping of the ESPN show at the Francis Quadrangle on Saturday morning. Many fans arrived before sunrise.
Fans waited in the rain for their chance to be on The Quad as part of the crowd when ESPN broadcasts its show Saturday morning. MU fans hope to break Nebraska's record for number of people in attendance at the event.
The Tigers defeated Oklahoma, the No. 1 team in the BCS standings, 36-27.
In the two weeks since Missouri’s last home game against Colorado, something has changed. Missouri, both its team and its fans, began to compete on a higher level.
Aaron Hobson, 22, was shot at a convenience store in south Columbia. Trey Hobson, his cousin, is a cornerback for the MU football team.
In Columbia to root for their home team, Oklahoma fans were strangers in a strange land.
Fans were getting excited Saturday afternoon for the evening MU Homecoming game against Oklahoma.
The MU Homecoming parade on Saturday began at the intersection of Rollins Street and Maryland Avenue and ran to Sixth Street.
Hickman sophomore wins her second cross country title Saturday in Washington. Hickman girls finish third as a team. Boys finish fourth.
The crowd was packed shoulder-t0-shoulder from the "GameDay" stage to the MU Columns. Missouri's numbers should shatter the existing record held by the University of Nebraska.
Deep within the forest of fans, it was nearly impossible to distinguish your location. A thick skyline of signs blocked every legitimate view of ESPN's "GameDay" stage.
Missouri built a 17-14 lead in the first half against Oklahoma.
A new 3G cell site at Memorial Stadium may help prevent dropped calls during Missouri football games.
A woman, 18, remained in intensive care as of 2 p.m. on Saturday after the Friday evening crash.
No immediate impact is expected from Amendment 1.
The 2010 MU Homecoming parade started at noon Saturday. The parade started at Cornell Hall, went into downtown Columbia and ended at the intersection of Sixth and Elm streets. An audience gathered alongside the road to watch the parade.
More than 200 people crowded into Brewer Fieldhouse at the MU Recreation Center on Saturday morning for a free breakfast and to watch Brock and the other members of the Missouri women’s basketball team practice as part of the annual Brewer Breakfast.