Missouri Tiger freshman defensive back John Gibson urges Tiger fans to get loud as Missouri takes the field at Vanderbilt Stadium.
Missouri men’s basketball coach Frank Haith traveled to Nashville to cheer on the Tigers as they took on Vanderbilt Saturday night.
Missouri senior receiver L’Damian Washington stretches over the goal line to give the Tigers their first touchdown of the night and a 7-0 lead over the Commodores. Missouri’s first drive took less than two minutes.
Missouri senior defensive end Kony Ealy and cornerback E.J. Gaines bring down Vanderbilt running back Jerron Seymour for no gain.
Missouri’s crowd took over Vanderbilt Stadium on Saturday, bringing an estimated 7,00-8,000 fans to the game.
Missouri tight end Eric Waters slips behind the Vanderbilt defense on a play-action pass to haul in an easy touchdown catch.
Missouri senior receiver Marcus Lucas talks to a Tiger fan in the front row of the stands during the second quarter of Missouri’s 51-28 win at Vanderbilt.
Missouri senior quarterback James Franklin scans the defense before changing the play.
Missouri wide receivers Marcus Lucas (85) and Bud Sasser (21) celebrate after a touchdown catch by Lucas.
Missouri quarterback James Franklin hurls a ball in the direction of wide receiver Bud Sasser that falls incomplete in the endzone.
Missouri senior running back Henry Josey cuts towards Vanderbilt’s endzone on a second quarter touchdown run.
Vanderbilt defensive lineman push forward in an attempt to block a Missouri field goal.
Missouri guard Max Copeland and tight end Jake Hurrell join the Vanderbilt team for a word of prayer at the 50 yard line following the game.
Missouri payers joined the fans in singing the Tigers’ fight song after defeating the Commodores 51-28.