John Tully (University of Missouri)
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Michael Kennedy, defensive tight end for Murray State Racers, loses his helmet in a shuffle as Missouri tail back Tony Temple progresses down the field.
A bull rider prepares to enter the arena at the 58th Prince William County Fair in Manassas, Virginia to compete in the Dave Martin Rodeo.
Greg Bracey, wide receiver for Missouri, celebrates a homecoming victory with fans after defeating Kansas State 41-21.
TamÃ¡s Rikkel, line backer for the Budapest Wolves, waits before the start of the Silver Bowl against the St. PÃ¶lten Invaders from Austria. American football has grown in popularity throughout Hungary in the past year and this is the first time any Hungarian team has entered the Austrian Division I league. The Wolves lost, preventing them from competing in the European finals.
Independent Mixed Martial Arts fighter, Gerald Max Fowler III, from St. Charles, Missouri, warms up using a restroom mirror at the Family Arena in St. Charles before his fight. Amateur MMA fighters from around the country competed during 14 matches of cage fighting during MMA Genesis on December 9, 2006, which was being video-taped for an upcoming reality television show about amateur fighters kicking into a professional career.
Out For the Count
Independent Mixed Martial Arts fighter, Nick Juergens, from Wright City, Missouri, rests after breaking his nose and losing his welter weight match at MMA Genesis on December 9, 2006. Fourteen competitors fought at the Family Arena in St. Charles, Missouri while being taped for a reality television show about amateurs fighting their way to becoming a professional. Since the early nineties, ultimate fighting has been on the steady rise despite troubles with sanctioning, but has recently become the fastest growing sport in the United States due to publicity through reality television programs like 'The Ultimate Fighter.'
Ã…rhus 1900 street hockey player takes a smoke after practice at the Ã…rhus hockey rink and skatepark. The team plays pick-up games every Wednesday night.
A University of Missouri diver competes during the Show-Me Showdown at the Mizzou Aquatic Center. The team swept competitors during the second year of the event.