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Missouri Bows Out Early in NCAA Tournament

by Benjamin Herrold

Missouri’s up-and-down basketball season came to an unceremonious end last Thursday night with an 84-72 loss to Colorado State in the Tigers’ first game in this year’s NCAA Tournament. It was supposed to be a battle of two of the nation’s top five teams in rebounding, with Missouri a slight favorite, but instead it was a beatdown.

Colorado State schooled the Tigers in game-planning and desire, out-rebounding

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Tough Path Awaits Missouri in NCAA Tournament

by Benjamin Herrold

Celebrate, college basketball fans, the NCAA Tournament is back. Along with all of the madness and buzzer-beaters, dunks and daggers, the Big Dance brings a fresh start.

Missouri and its fans are probably ready for a fresh start after one more disappointing close loss in the SEC Tournament. This one was a punch in the stomach, a 14-point blown lead against Mississippi. But now it’s all about

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After Ups and Downs, Missouri Heads to First SEC Tourney

by Benjamin Herrold

Missouri heads to Nashville this week for its first SEC Tournament. It’s been an up-and-down season for the Tigers, who finished the regular season at 22-9 overall and 11-7 in SEC play, earning the 6 seed in the conference tournament.

Missouri was unbeaten at home, but struggled mightily on the road, even in the weak SEC. The Tigers went 2-7 in SEC road games, 2-8 overall on

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Is There a Tourney Run Left in These Mizzou Tigers?

by Benjamin Herrold

Missouri had a nice week, picking up a road win over South Carolina and a home win against an LSU team that had been playing better lately. With these wins, Missouri (21-8, 10-6 in SEC play through Sunday) began this week having won five of its last seven games. The only two losses were the agonizing last-minute loss at Arkansas and the very respectable overtime loss at

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Better… But Road Struggles Continue

by Benjamin Herrold

Last Saturday was the latest chapter in the maddening story of Missouri’s road struggles, a 90-83 overtime loss at Kentucky, which dropped Missouri to 1-7 on the road this season.

Missouri’s lone road win was by more than 40 points at wretched Mississippi State, but last Saturday lowly Vanderbilt also won by over 40 at Mississippi State. There goes the beat-Mississippi-State-by-more-than-40 neighborhood.

Like the Arkansas road loss

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Missouri Faces Storied Kentucky

by Benjamin Herrold

With March approaching and the games getting bigger by the week, Missouri can’t afford to linger over the pain of last Saturday’s 73-71 loss at Arkansas.

But oh, the agony. Before 19,004 fans, plenty of them for Missouri, the Tigers led 9-0 before falling behind by eight in the second half. With some key Tigers in foul trouble and Bud Walton Arena thundering, Missouri’s chances of winning

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Mizzou, Anderson Meet Again Saturday in Arkansas

by Benjamin Herrold

When I was a junior in college, during the 2007-08 basketball season, I traveled with two friends down to Fayetteville, Arkansas, to watch Missouri play the Razorbacks.

It was on a Wednesday night, but when you’re in college, every night is a weekend. It was quite a trip, and the memories remain vivid. Bud Walton Arena was big and hot. Someone trotted around the court with an

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MU’s Chance for Revenge

by Benjamin Herrold

After a fairly weak home non-conference schedule and then a slog of home conference games against bad SEC teams, Missouri fans get a welcome change on Saturday when Mississippi comes to Mizzou Arena for a nationally televised game (noon on CBS).

With Missouri (16-5, 5-3 in SEC play through Sunday) starting the week fifth in the SEC standings and Ole Miss (17-4, 6-2 in SEC) tied for

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Gettin’ Tougher for Tigers

by Benjamin Herrold

Missouri is nearing the end of a welcome four-game stretch against very beatable competition, an anti-Murderers’ Row of South Carolina, Vanderbilt, LSU and Auburn. The Tigers are hoping to go four-for-four here and generate some momentum before the schedule regains some teeth.

Missouri (15-4, 4-2 in SEC play through Sunday) knocked out the first two wins last week in very different fashion. South Carolina, coached by Frank

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