Found March 16, 2013 on STLSportsMinute:
Things were looking pretty good for the Missouri Tigers basketball team late on Friday night in Nashville, Tennessee. Frank Haith's Tigers looked to be running on cruise control, holding a 13 point lead over Ole Miss with 12 minutes remaining in the second half. But then, a familiar pattern materialized and the Tigers folded down the stretch, losing to Ole Miss 64-62. The loss was a familiar storyline for Tigers fans who have grown accustomed to the Tigers falling apart in the final minutes of close games. The usual culprit and scapegoat for Mizzou fans this season has been junior point guard Phil Pressey, who has made several bad decisions in late-game situations this season. Pressey actually came through with a huge three-point bucket with 48 seconds remaining to give Mizzou a 62-59. Pressey showed that he can be clutch on occassion. But a bad Laurence Bowers turnover and Derrick Millinghaus runner with five seconds remaining sealed Mizzou's fate. The late game meltdown...

Missouri basketball: Inconsistency continues to plague the Tigers

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...

Playing Pickup With Missouri Basketball

The Missouri basketball team’s regular season was a ride of ups and down. Each player on the team faced inconsistencies at different points throughout the year. Everyone expected Phil Pressey and Laurence Bowers to be the unquestioned leaders for this season’s team, but as Joe Walljasper pointed out in the game against Arkansas, there have been a couple of unlikely players stepping...

Mizzou Defeats Texas A&M In First Round In SEC Tourney, Gets Ole Miss Next

Score: Missouri 62, Texas A&M 50 Stars: Missouri: Alex Oriakhi 13 Pts, 10 Reb, 1 Blk.  Texas A&M: Fabyon Harris 15 Pts, 4 Reb, 4 Stl. Story: Missouri got off to a great start and never looked back in its first game of the SEC Tournament. The Tigers are safely in the NCAAs, but they are looking to make a run in the conference tournament in order to potentially improve their...

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