Other local sports
Hickman football games are an event for the parents as much as they are for the players.
Visiting fans enjoyed the Cowboys' thorough victory and made sure to stay to the end of the game to let their team know.
Tailgating is a party for some, but for others it's also a chance to catch up with old friends and enjoy the atmosphere of a Missouri football game.
One large group of people makes its way down Stadium after Missouri's loss to Oklahoma State.
Win or lose for Missouri, fans still find their way to Sparky's for some post-game ice cream treats.
The group travels around downtown Columbia, invading clubs and bars to energize the patrons with music and excitement.
Rock Bridge volunteers keep the concession stand running smoothly, even when things get a little hectic.
Parking lots are full of tailgaters on Missouri football game days. When the tailgaters and fans leave, Tiger Tailgate Recycling helps bag up the recyclables.
Fans camp out in the Hearnes Center parking lot, enjoying the view and awaiting Saturday's game.
Volunteers keep the league running and try to teach the players that sportsmanship is more important than winning the game.
One group has been gathering on Saturdays in Columbia for years, but they aren't interested in football games. If fans pass the group as they stand outside the post office they'll hear about the Mid-Missouri Fellowship of Reconciliation's hope to end war and violence.
A quick snapshot at the Tiger Team Store offers a perfect memento for a Saturday morning near Memorial Stadium.
Before Friday's Rock Bridge football game, the referees reminisce about their officiating experiences.
Truman the Tiger is treated like a rock star at every tailgate he stops at on game day.
Seven-hundred pounds of dough, 400 pounds of pepperonis and 300 pounds of shredded cheese are prepared at Shakespeare's Pizza for game day.
Baton twirler Cayla Troyer exhibits confidence when she twirls at the Missouri football halftime show.
Greeks and their parents get to the game late and leave early.
Wayne and Susan Kreklow are in their 11th year coaching volleyball together at Missouri and are closing in on a milestone win total.
On a typical fall weekend, the city of Columbia is inundated with all things football. The Missourian is out to capture as much of it as possible.
On Wednesday night, a group of runners gathers at Hickman High School, sharing in the sport they all love and pushing one another to stay in shape.