Missouri does not draw a former Big 12 opponent, but gets one of the conference’s new teams.
Missouri anticipates a player in the mold of Julio Jones and A.J. Green — long, lean, rugged speedsters who hit the ground running in the SEC and became top 10 NFL draft picks.
Minnesota transfer and Rams big man Colton Iverson outrebounded Missouri by himself.
Derrick Millinghaus made a driving basket with 1.1 seconds left.
Blues goalie Jake Allen joined the show to discuss his new role with the Blues.
Missouri led from start to finish and earned a quarterfinal matchup with No. 3 seed Mississippi on Friday evening.
Keion Bell’s 24 points lead the way to 90-68 win.
The tight ending typified the game’s importance for both teams hoping for at-large tournament bids.
The Tigers have lost all four of its games on the opposing team’s home court this season.
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