Found January 28, 2012 on
Lincoln --- The No. 4 Nebraska women's gymnastics team dropped its first meet of the season on Friday night, falling to the No. 20 Missouri Tigers, 195.725-194.55, in front of 1,044 fans at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. The Huskers, who scored above 49.00 on all but one event, fell to 2-1 on the season, while Missouri improved to 4-0.
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Marcus Denmon's shooting touch has been as under the weather as the Missouri guard.
Denmon's voice was hoarse and he appeared a bit bleary-eyed from a cold after the second-ranked Tigers' tougher-than-expected 63-50 victory over Texas Tech on Saturday. Certainly, his marksmanship could use a dose of Vitamin C.
The senior guard, one of the Big 12's proven go-to offensive...
The Missouri Tigers added a big commitment from this weekend's group of official visitors as they have added a three star defender to the 2012 class that looks to be growing more soon.
The Associated Press has reported that Missouri Tiger standout and San Francisco 49er rookie linebacker Aldon Smith was charged with driving under the influence in Miami. Smith broke the 49er
The Missouri Tigers added a third official visitor to the mix on Saturday as a Texas defensive back found his recruitment re-opened on Monday after being committed to another SEC school for months.
Kim English scored 19 points in the first half, Marcus Denmon had 13 after the break and No. 2 Missouri had just enough to avoid a second straight upset with a shaky 63-50 victory over Texas Tech on Saturday.
On Saturday (12:30 P.M., Big 12 Network), the #2 Missouri Tigers (18-2, 5-2) play host to the Texas Tech Red Raiders (7-12, 0-7) in Big 12 Conference action.
The Missouri Tigers (10-9, 0-8) lost to the Oklahoma Sooners (13-6, 5-3) Saturday (Jan 28.) 62-59 in Mizzou Arena. Christine Flores registered five blocks in the contest, though the senior needed just one to lock up the top spot in Mizzou history for blocked shots. She also led the team with 24 points on offense.
Marcus Denmon's shooting touch has been as under the weather as the Missouri guard. Denmon's voice was hoarse and he appeared a bit bleary-eyed from a cold after the second-ranked Tigers' tougher-than-expected 63-50 victory over Texas Tech on Saturday. Certainly, his marksmanship could use a dose of Vitamin C.
On Saturday afternoon at sold out Mizzou Arena, the #2 Missouri Tigers (19-2, 6-2) got back in the win column with a 63-50 win over the Texas Tech Red Raiders (7-13, 0-8).
The Missouri Tigers wrapped up the first day of a two day meet in Evanston, ll. against Northwestern University and the University of Denver.