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As the Missouri Tigers basketball team gets ready to take on the Mississippi Bulldogs on the road Wednesday night, the focus is on whether the Tigers can pick up their first road victory in SEC play.
While Mizzou fans will be very excited if head coach Frank Haith's boys can pull off a victory, it will make a pair of future home games even more meaningful if Mizzou can still be in contention for a SEC title.
If Mizzou can win Wednesday, the annual "Blackout" and "Gold Rush" games should be that much more exciting.
The school announced on Tuesday that Mizzou's game on February 19th against the Florida Gators will serve as the "Blackout" game and a game against Arkansas on March 5th.
Both games will be televised nationally on ESPN and both offer interesting storylines.
Mizzou will look to avenge a bad loss on the road earlier this year against Florida and a win against the highly-ranked Gators could help the Tigers secure a more attractive se...
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The state of Kansas is loaded like never before in recent years, and it looks like the Missouri Tigers continue to try and mine some of it for their 2014 football recruiting class. ShowMeMizzou.com has the scoop on the latest offer.
To show you that recruiting never stops, the Missouri Tigers just finished up their 2013 recruiting class a week ago, are hot on the trail of talent for 2014, and have extended their second in-state offer to a 2015 talent.
On Wednesday night in Starkville, the Missouri Tigers (18-6, 7-4) defeated the Mississippi State Bulldogs (7-16, 2-9) by the final score of 78-36.
On Wednesday (7:00 P.M., SEC Network), the Missouri Tigers (17-6, 6-4) travel to Starkville to take on the Mississippi State Bulldogs (7-15, 2-8) in SEC action.