Missouri and LSU football faced off in Baton Rouge for the first time in 38 years on Saturday. The home Tigers took the lead fast and held the momentum from possession to possession. Missouri fell 42-7 and trailed 21-0 at halftime. Missouri squeezed in a single touchdown off an unexpected trick play in the second half.
Junior Missouri Tiger’s Lair members Brittany Carson, left, and Truman Kinsey, right, prepare for the Tiger Showdown at LSU on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016.
Missouri junior wide receiver J’Mon Moore, 6, pauses briefly during warmups for their showdown with the LSU Tigers.
Missouri junior safety Thomas Wilson, 8, dives for a failed tackle as LSU sophomore running back Derrius Guice, 5, scores another touchdown for the Tigers.
Missouri senior defensive back John Gibson, 5, brings down LSU sophomore running back Nick Brossette, 4, during the second half of the Tiger showdown in Baton Rouge.
Senior Chris Green claps as a part of several cheers to keep the Missouri fan base excited during their away game facing LSU in Baton Rouge.
LSU sophomore running back Derrius Guice, 5, runs in to score one of six touchdowns at the LSU tigers home game facing the Missouri tigers.
Sophomore punter Corey Fatony, 26, sends the ball downfield during the second half of Missouri’s game against LSU in Baton Rouge.
Missouri senior wide receiver Eric Laurent, 87, tackles LSU senior cornerback Tre’Davious White, 18, after White intercepts a pass against the Missouri Tigers.
Sophomore quarterback Drew Lock, 3, throws an incomplete pass during the first quarter of the Mizzou’s game facing the LSU tigers at Death Valley.
LSU cheerleaders make a lap across the end zone following the LSU touchdown less than five minutes into the third quarter.