Laurence Bowers

Head coach Bill Self of the Kansas Jayhawks looks on from the bench during the game against the Colorado State Rams on December 11, 2010 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Short-handed Kansas Again Favored in Big 12

With the league reduced to 10 teams with the departure of Colorado and Nebraska, basketball will play a round-robin format with everyone playing everyone else home-and-home for the first time.


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Mizzou Loses Bowers For Season

Bowers, who has a redshirt season available, would be eligible to return for the 2012-13 campaign.


Missouri Tigers forward Laurence Bowers (21) gets past Texas Tech Red Raiders D'Walyn Roberts (L) and Robert Lewandowski for two points in the first half at the Mizzou Arena in Columbia, Missouri on February 15, 2011. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

English & Bowers Staying at Mizzou

Players withdraw from NBA draft pool to suit up for new Tiger hoops coach Frank Haith.


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Bowers, English Declare for NBA Draft

Juniors Kim English and Laurence Bowers announced Monday through a Missouri spokesman that they plan to pursue professional careers but have not hired agents.


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MCLAUGHLIN: How the Tigers Went Thud

This season, the Tigers started the year 14-1 and finished with a thud finishing 9-10 in their final 20 games.


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No. 20 Missouri Whips Baylor 77-59

Baylor twice cut the deficit to eight early in the second half before fading, and committed 21 turnovers.


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Mizzou Wins on the Road

Tigers handle Iowa State 76-70


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Jayhawks’ 40 Minutes Too Much for Tigers

Kansas came in leading the nation with a 52 percent field goal percentage and shot 61 percent against Missouri’s pressure defense.


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Mizzou’s Road Losing Streak Continues

Oklahoma State outlasts travel-weary Tigers 76-70


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Texas Keeps Rolling, Beats Mizzou 71-58

Missouri boasts that the Tigers play the “fastest 40 minutes of basketball,” but ran smack into a defensive wall in this one.




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