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Missouri suffers home loss to lowly Mississippi State

by Benjamin Herrold

This Missouri basketball season is looking more and more like last year’s, and that’s not good. Last Saturday, Missouri (8-13, 1-7 in SEC play through Sunday) suffered a pitiful 76-62 home loss to Mississippi State (9-11, 2-6 in SEC through Sunday).

This was supposed to be a close game. Mississippi State has some seniors who can play, but the Bulldogs are, by record, the second or third

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Missouri looking to bounce back from a tough week

by Benjamin Herrold

There may be a college basketball program that had a worse week than Missouri last week, but none are coming to mind right now.

First came a horrendous 33-point loss to Arkansas at home on Tuesday, Missouri’s worst loss ever at Mizzou Arena. You have to go back to 1945 to find a bigger home loss for the Tigers. That debacle came against a rebuilding Arkansas team

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Missouri picks up first SEC win, prepares for challenging stretch of games

by Benjamin Herrold

Missouri won a game it really needed last Saturday night, defeating Auburn 76-61 at Mizzou Arena in the Southeastern Conference home opener.

Missouri (8-7, 1-1 in SEC play through Sunday) used a late first-half surge to take a 39-24 lead at halftime, and then kept Auburn at arm’s length throughout the second half. D’Angelo Allen, who had not seen much playing time in recent weeks, provided a

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Missouri heads into SEC play, hosts Auburn Saturday

by Benjamin Herrold

Missouri finished the nonconference portion of its schedule with an easy 81-50 home win over Savannah State. The Tigers head into Southeastern Conference play at 7-6, a game better than last year.

Wes Clark continued his run of playing well, scoring 22 points on 9-of-10 shooting. It would be helpful for Mizzou heading into conference play if he can continue to emerge as a scoring threat.

Last

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MU loses to NC State, next faces Illinois in Braggin’ Rights game

Missouri lost 73-59 to North Carolina State on Saturday at Mizzou Arena. Missouri looked good for the first fourth of the game, but then NC State showed it was the far better team. The Wolfpack’s lead ballooned to 20 points in the second half before the Tigers got a few fairly meaningless baskets late to narrow the final margin.

The game continued a troubling trend for Missouri (5-5 through Sunday).

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Missouri gets blitzed at Arizona, hosts NC State next

by Benjamin Herrold 

The University of Arizona campus, nestled in sunny Tucson, possesses a different feel from the University of Missouri campus. MU is almost 50 years older, and has a Midwestern, and sort of southern feel, with ancient brick buildings and trees that are ablaze with color in the fall. Arizona is fully western, with cacti and sweeping views of mountains and Spanish-influenced architecture.

Both campuses are gorgeous, but

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MU ends season with loss at Arkansas

by Benjamin Herrold

The rain fell relentlessly from the gray Arkansas sky on Black Friday, stinging and cold as it pelted Missouri fans in coats and ponchos tucked into the visitors section of Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. The Ozark Mountains stretched out in a dramatic, cloudy view from the upper deck. In the distance, a road stretched far to the horizon.

Down on the field, the road ended for

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Missouri loses Pinkel’s Faurot farewell, heads to Arkansas for finale

Years from now, it will be largely just a footnote that Gary Pinkel lost his final home game as the head coach of the Missouri Tigers. However, sitting through Missouri’s 19-8 loss to Tennessee for three-plus hours in cold temperatures was pretty painful.

It was the coldest home game at kickoff in Pinkel’s 15 years, with temperatures in the 20s. As the game progressed, the temperatures dropped and the relatively

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Pinkel announced retirement, Tigers beat BYU

by Benjamin Herrold

At the end of a tumultuous week of protests and resignations for the University of Missouri, coach Gary Pinkel announced he would retire at the end of the season. It was a stunning move, as Pinkel has been the head coach at Missouri since Bill Clinton was President.

Pinkel was diagnosed this spring with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and although he says he feels fine, he wanted to focus

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