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University of Missouri point guard Phil Pressey was clearly a difference maker in the Tigers 10 point victory over Villanova on Tuesday night in front of a national audience at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Pressey got himself caught up in foul trouble in the first half of the 10th ranked Tigers victory over a Big East opponent and missed significant time in the first half. Pressey played just 24 minutes in the victory. But that did not stop the sopohomore point guard from racking up 12 assists in the game while helping the Tigers to yet another marquee victory on the young season.
New head coach Frank Haith summed it up. Pressey is a difference maker when on the floor for the Tigers.
"He's special. When he's in the game, we're a different team."
While Haith can praise Pressey all he wants for his play, it is Pressey who is crediting Haith for his improved play this season. Pressey has excelled with extra court time, which is allowed under H...
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As the Missouri Tigers football team prepares to play the University of North Carolina in the Independence Bowl on December 26, in Shreveport, Louisiana, Gary Pinkel knows that his program is about to undergo a lot of changes.
The Tigers will join the SEC East division next season. They will have a new schedule of competition, new places to visit, new recruits to visit and relationships...
Missouri is getting out in transition more often this season, with Marcus Denmon as the main beneficiary.
Marcus Denmon scored 22 points and No. 10 Missouri stayed unbeaten with an 84-59 win over Navy on Saturday. The Tigers (9-0) matched their best start since the 2006-07 season and posted their 64th straight home victory against nonconference opponents. Ricardo Ratliffe made 6 of 9 shots and added 14 points for Missouri.
The Missouri Tigers have picked up their first commitment from among over 20 official visitors on campus this weekend. With one verbal down will they pick up a few more before the weekend is out?
One what is their biggest weekend of the 2012 recruiting season, the Missouri Tigers look like they have hauled in another verbal commitment to give them two on the day so far.
The Missouri Tigers appear to be in the mix for one of the biggest sleeper prospects in the 2012 class, and will be getting an official visit this weekend from the new offer, as they continue their talent for finding top under the radar prospects.
The Missouri Tigers continued their bowl game preparation with a two-hour practice in full pads. It was a much more physical practice than on Friday, with several live, or controlled-contact, periods.
Seven Missouri Tigers join 89 Big 12 Student-Athletes on the 2011 Academic All-Big 12 Soccer Team.
Marcus Denmon scored 22 points and No. 10 Missouri stayed unbeaten with an 84-59 win over Navy on Saturday.
Friday morning, the Missouri Tigers resumed practice in preparation for the December 26 Independence Bowl. ShowMeMizzou.com has a detailed report from practice number one in the books.
Marcus Denmon scored 22 points and No. 10 Missouri stayed unbeaten with an 84-59 win over Navy on Saturday. The Tigers (9-0) matched their best start since the 2006-07 season.
Dec 10, 5:00 PM | Mizzou Arena
Navy Midshipmen vs Missouri Tigers Odds
College basketball wagering interest will be high on Saturday when the Midshipmen of Navy hit the hard court against the Tigers of Missouri.
Supporters of the Midshipmen have watched them go 3-7 and 0-0 ATS on the year, while the Tigers are at 8-0 and 4-1 ATS. In totals betting, the...
The Missouri Tigers beat the North Dakota Fighting Sioux 69-52 on Saturday (Dec. 10) in Mizzou Arena. The Tigers started the game on a 21-0 run, an advantage that never dropped below 12 points. The Tigers stifled North Dakota's offensive game by holding the Fighting Sioux to just 29 percent shooting, and received a big boost from Christine Flores, who followed a triple-double...