Found March 17, 2013 on STLSportsMinute:
Missouri has yet to figure out that an NCAA game is 40 minutes long and not 39 or 38 minutes long. Most of the blame, I feel should be pointed at head coach Frank Haith. It’s all fun and dandy to get animated and take your suit coat off and yell during the game, but to win in this league or any conference tournament, your team must be prepared and focused all the way until the final buzzard sounds off. There are just too many occasions, late in games this season, where Missouri has seemed lost and unfocused. Quite frankly, a lot of it, I feel has to do with no discipline or understanding that there will be consequences.  Hoisting up erratic shots and committing questionable turnovers late in games almost seems routine for this team. The fans and the program deserve much better than that. How hard is it to fix those problems? Some of blame lays on the players as well as many Tigers struggled in the loss to Ole Misss. I thought Phil Pressey was All SEC First Team and Laurence Bower...
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