Missouri struggled against Middle Tennessee State, falling 51-45 in the team's Homecoming Game. The Tigers gave up 584 yards and six touchdowns on defense. Damarea Crockett led the Missouri offense, rushing for 153 yards.
Mizzou student fans painted pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month cheer on the Tigers during the first quarter of the Homecoming game facing Middle Tennessee.
A trumpet player with Marching Mizzou plays during the pregame show of the Missouri Homecoming game.
Mizzou freshman safety Ronnell Perkins, 3, tackles Middle Tennessee State senior defensive end Peter Bailey, 11, during Mizzou’s home game facing the Blue Raiders.
Mizzou defenders Cale Garrett, 47, Marcell Frazier, 16, Terry Beckner Jr., 79, and Charles Harris, 91, stretch in an attempt to block a kick during the home game facing the Blue Raiders.
Sophomore offensive lineman Kevin Pendleton, 71, lifts freshman running back Damarea Crockett, 16, into the air following a play in the second quarter.
Freshman wide receiver Johnathon Johnson, 12, joins Mizzou fans in celebration during the first half of the game.
Sophomore quarterback Brent Stockstill, 12, pulls back for a pass during the second quarter.
Freshman wide receiver Johnathon Johnson, 12, looks to the crowd for extra energy during the Mizzou Homecoming game.
The 2016 Homecoming King Nicholas Seidel and Queen Alyssa Goldberg are crowned at halftime during the Mizzou and Middle Tennessee State football game on Oct. 22, 2016.
Middle Tennessee State sophomore quarterback Brent Stockstill, 12, hands the ball off to senior defensive end Peter Bailey, 11, during the third quarter of the Mizzou home game.
Sophomore offensive lineman Kevin Pendleton, 71, lifts sophomore wide receiver Ray Wingo, 14, into the air after Wingo received a 17-yard pass from sophomore quarterback Drew Lock to score the final Mizzou touchdown of the game.