The Maneater

PHOTO ARCHIVES
Nov. 15, 2019

Sophomore running back Derrick Washington follows his blockers during MU's 42-21 win against Buffalo Saturday at Faurot Field. Washington ran for 89 yards on 18 carries and two touchdowns, bringing his season touchdown total to nine.

Senior defensive lineman Ziggy Hood smothers Buffalo quarterback Drew Willy for a seven-yard loss Saturday at Faurot Field. The Tigers held Willy to his lowest completion rate of the year, intercepted a pass and forced a fumble.

Fans sporting wigs and painted chests take part in the "MIZ-ZOU" chant after a Missouri score on Saturday. Players credited fans with having an impact on the game. “Our fans are unbelievable,” senior quarterback Chase Daniel said.

Columbia residents Demetrius Edwards, Michael Zellmann and Stafford Lambert were arrested Saturday and charged with second-degree robbery in connection with an incident early Wednesday on Francis Quadrangle between Engineering Building East and Switzler Hall.

Junior linebacker Sean Weatherspoon runs along the ledge near Tiger's Lair following the Tigers win over Buffalo Saturday at Faurot Field. Attendance for the non-conference game was 65,566, with the majority of fans staying until the completion of the game.

Senior quarterback Chase Daniel drops back to pass against Buffalo Saturday at Faurot Field. Daniel continued to pad his Heisman Trophy stats, completing 36 of 43 passing attempts for 439 yards and two touchdowns. Daniel completed a Big 12 record of 20-straight completions and become only the fifth Big 12 player to amass 10,000 career yards.

Sophomore wide receiver Jeremy Maclin soars over the goal line on a 16-yard touchdown run in the second quarter against Buffalo Saturday at Faurot Field. Maclin had 236 all-purpose yards against the Bulls.

Junior linebacker Sean Weatherspoon drags down Buffalo wide receiver Ernest Jackson on Saturday at Faurot Field. Weatherspoon led the Tigers on defense with 5 tackles and 15 assisted tackles.

Junior wide receiver Jared Perry breaks loose after a 15-yard reception in the second quarter. Perry had two receptions in the Tigers' 42-21 win over Buffalo Saturday at Faurot Field.

Sophomore running back Derrick Washington stiff-arms Buffalo junior defensive back Mike Newton during the Tigers' 42-21 win Saturday. Washington finished the game with 18 carries for 89 yards and two touchdowns along with three receptions for 27 yards.

Sophomore wide receiver Jeremy Maclin stumbles through the Buffalo defense on Saturday at Faurot Field. Maclin led the Tigers to a 42-21 victory with 14 receptions for 168 yards

Columbia lawyer Craig Van Matre pauses before speaking during the "My Favorite Constitutional Right" panel Wednesday at the Columbia Public Library. The League of Women Voters sponsored the Constitution Day event.

Author and humanitarian Greg Mortenson stands in front of an image of schoolchildren from the village of Korphe in Korphe during a lecture Tuesday in Jesse Auditorium. Prior to the speech, Mortenson was present at a reception in Ellis Library and also signed copies of his book, ‘Three Cups of Tea,’ at University Bookstore.

Emergency personnel strap sophomore Yiming Zhang onto a stretcher after she was struck by a black Dodge Dakota driven by freshman Lacey Hubbert on Thursday afternoon. Witnesses said Zhang was hit while crossing College Avenue as the vehicle was making a left turn from Rollins Street.

Members of the Pulaski County Sheriff's Department SWAT team prepare to enter a building at the Kemper Military School during a training scenario in Boonville on Thursday. More than 120 officers from departments across central Missouri gathered for two days of tactical training.

MU lawyers are in the process of trying to cancel a contract with Tan Time LLC, the company that operates The Spa inside the Student Recreation Complex. University health officials are concerned with the potential effects artificial tanning beds have on skin, including an increased risk of cancer.

Senior Nabihah Maqbool and graduate student Farah Naz meet with friends Thursday at Noodles & Company after breaking their daily fast. The fast during Ramadan is in accordance with Sawm, one of the five pillars of Islam.

Muslim Students Organization spokeswoman Nabihah Maqbool gives a brief presentation Wednesday during MSO's Fast-a-thon. The Fast-a-thon encouraged students to fast for a day, then break the fast together and participate in a discussion about Islam.

Senior Phyllis Williams fills her bowl at the end of the Muslim Students Organization's Fast-a-thon on Wednesday in Memorial Union. Williams expressed respect she gained for Muslims who fast daily through the entire month of Ramadan.

Men and women pray in separate rooms Thursday at the Islamic Center of Central Missouri. The daily fast of Ramadan is broken at sunset and then followed by the fifth and final prayer of the day.