Found December 30, 2011 on STLSportsMinute:
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University of Missouri guard Marcus Denmon has been the offensive leader of head coach Frank Haith's Tigers all season. Mizzou's leading scorer came into Friday night's road game at Old Dominion averaging 18.7 points per game.  Luckily for the Tigers, Denmon got a little bit more than that as Denmon hit a clutch three pointer with just over one minute remaining in the second half to break a 67-67 in route to helping Mizzou to a 75-68 win. The game in Norfolk, Virginia was 8th ranked Tigers first true road game.  Mizzou had played games at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Madison Square Garden in New York City, and at the Scottrade Center. But before Friday night's contest, their final tune-up before Big 12 Conference play begins, Mizzou traveled into hostile territory and home floor of their opponent for the first time this season.  And for the first time this season, Mizzou trailed at half by the score of 35-33. Mizzou struggled, but survived thanks to Denmon...
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