Missouri Tigers head coach Gary Pinkel and the rest of the team celebrated when a ruling on the field was reversed, giving Missouri Tigers defensive lineman Markus Golden (not pictured) a fumble recovery and the Missouri offense the ball late in the fourth quarter against Arkansas on Nov. 28 at Faurot Field in Columbia. Missouri beat Arkansas 21-14, claiming their second consecutive SEC East Division Championship.
Missouri Tigers head coach Gary Pinkel and the rest of the team celebrated when a ruling on the field was reversed, giving Missouri Tigers defensive lineman Markus Golden (not pictured) a fumble recovery and the Missouri offense the ball late in the fourth quarter against Arkansas on Nov. 28 at Faurot Field in Columbia. Missouri beat Arkansas 21-14, claiming their second consecutive SEC East Division Championship. SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star
Missouri Tigers head coach Gary Pinkel and the rest of the team celebrated when a ruling on the field was reversed, giving Missouri Tigers defensive lineman Markus Golden (not pictured) a fumble recovery and the Missouri offense the ball late in the fourth quarter against Arkansas on Nov. 28 at Faurot Field in Columbia. Missouri beat Arkansas 21-14, claiming their second consecutive SEC East Division Championship. SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star

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December 12, 2014 08:56 PM