On Tuesday night, Missouri Tigers basketball fans were nearly scared to death by Southeast Missouri State.
Head coach Frank Haith's squad trailed SEMO by ten points, on their home court, at half time. The Twitter world blew up with anger as many wondered what was going on in Columbia.
Mizzou obviously stormed back to win 81-65 and outscored SEMO 46-20 in the second half. Here are five thoughts on the Tigers' victory over SEMO.
1. Phil Pressey needs help making plays. Pressey attempted 18 shots on Tuesday night, making only four of those attempts. The reason Pressey is taking so many shots is because he does not have any help in creating plays.
Nobody else on the Tigers has stepped up and shown an ability to make something happen with the ball, putting a lot of pressure on Pressey. Because of that, Pressey has the ball, a lot.
Addtionally, Mizzou gets caught standing and watching Pressey too much. Guys like Earnest Ross and Alex Orakhi must do a better job of putting t...