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Mizzou’s ‘Big Dance’ Hopes Slip

by Benjamin Herrold

After three straight narrow wins in Mizzou Arena, Missouri suffered a devastating road loss last Saturday to Alabama, a team that had lost six of seven heading into the game. It was Missouri’s worst loss of the season by the Ratings Percentage Index rankings, and it was a strong, if not fatal, blow to the Tigers’ NCAA Tournament hopes.

Alabama (16-11, 5-9 in SEC play through Sunday)

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Missouri Churning Out Close Wins by Attacking the Rim

by Benjamin Herrold 

Inch by inch, step by step, drive to the hoop by drive to the hoop, Missouri pulled its season back from the brink last week.

After three straight losses, the Tigers (18-7, 6-6 in SEC play through Sunday) got two wins in three days last week, over Arkansas and Tennessee at home. Missouri had to have both wins, which probably moved the Tigers from the outside looking

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Missouri Loses Again, But Now the Schedule Gets Easier

by Benjamin Herrold

In the first half of Missouri’s game at Mississippi last Saturday, emotional Rebel shooting guard Marshall Henderson picked up where he left off the last time the Tigers saw him, when he rallied Ole Miss past Missouri in last year’s SEC Tournament quarterfinals.

Henderson was at his swashbuckling best, making 8 of 15 threes in the game, finishing with 29 points. Many of the shots were guarded

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Missouri Hosts Kentucky in Big Game at Mizzou Arena

by Benjamin Herrold

Batten down the hatches, Mizzou.

On Saturday, as Missouri (15-4, 3-3 in SEC play through Sunday) scrambles for its NCAA Tournament life, Big Blue Nation rolls into Columbia as the Tigers host the Kentucky Wildcats (noon on CBS).

Kentucky (15-4, 5-1 in SEC through Sunday) brings with it a wealth of young talent and arguably the best tradition in college basketball. The Wildcats have won eight national

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