Jabari Brown and Jordan Clarkson have lit up the scoreboard for the Missouri Tigers this season, as the junior duo has combined to score 52 percent of Missouri’s points.
ATHENS, Ga. — Charles Mann scored 19 points, Marcus Thornton added 15 and Georgia won its second straight game with a 71-56 victory against Missouri on Tuesday night.
Former PGA champion Steve Elkington caused more outrage Tuesday on Twitter when he made a disparaging remark about Missouri defensive end Michael Sam while trying to criticize media coverage that refers to him as gay.
Frank Haith didn’t have to say much. Two words were all he needed for one answer.
The SEC standings make Georgia look like a team worthy of NCAA Tournament consideration. The RPI tells a different story.
Missouri was hoping for a repeat of last season’s upset of Tennessee. The Tigers didn’t shoot well enough for a similar outcome.
The Missouri baseball team fell to 3-3 on the year after losing two of its first three games as part of a five-day road trip to North Carolina.
Levi Randolph scored a career-high 33 points, 19 in the first half, and Trevor Releford added 18 points to lead Alabama to an 80-73 victory over Missouri Saturday night.
Michael Sam needed no introduction. He provided one anyway, subtly spelling out his desire to be known simply as a football player whose sexuality isn't a national story.
Jabari Brown is certainly in the conversation for Southeastern Conference Player of the Year. Despite his 10-point performance during Missouri’s 67-64 win against Vanderbilt on Wednesday, the junior guard still averages 20.1 points per game, good for second in the league. So don’t expect Brown to stay down as Missouri (19-7, 7-6 SEC) hits the road to take on Alabama (10-16, 4-9 SEC) at 7 p.m. today (ESPN2-TV) in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Jordan Clarkson scored 21 points, including all 11 free throw attempts, as Missouri held off Vanderbilt 67-64 on Wednesday.
Frank Haith doesn’t want to see a repeat. Not the process, certainly not the result.
Win and they’re in. That’s Missouri head coach Frank Haith’s mindset heading into the final stretch of the 2013-14 season. With six Southeastern Conference games left on the docket, Haith understands winning is paramount if the Tigers are going to reach the NCAA Tournament.
Frank Haith is no magician. The third-year Missouri head coach didn’t just flip a switch that prompted the Tigers’ frontcourt to go off for 29 points during Saturday’s 75-70 win against Tennessee, the third-highest total of the season for the big men.
The Missouri baseball team has gotten the season started on the right foot.