Found November 24, 2012 on Fox Sports Midwest:
(AP) -- Turnovers led to Missouri suffering its worst defeat in four seasons. If VCU can get its "havoc defense" back in gear - and hit some free throws - the 13th-ranked Tigers could be in for more problems. Missouri will meet the Rams for the first time on Saturday night in the consolation game of the Battle 4 Atlantis in Nassau, Bahamas. Looking to advance to the title game after fifth-ranked Duke defeated VCU (3-2) 67-58 in Friday's first semifinal, Missouri (4-1) lost 84-61 to No. 2 Louisville as its season-high 23 turnovers led to 31 Cardinals points. The Tigers, who lost for the first time in 19 non-conference games under second-year coach Frank Haith, averaged 11.3 turnovers in their first four games and had committed 10 in Thursday's 78-70 quarterfinal victory over Stanford. "We shot well (46.0 percent). It was the turnovers," Haith said Friday following Missouri's most lopsided defeat since a 90-65 loss at then-No. 15 Kansas on March 1,...
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