Mizzou Links, 12-1-10

So ... that was fun last night ... but hey, at least everybody was distracted by getting screwed in bowls (again) for a few hours, huh?

Georgetown > Mizzou

  • MUtigers.com: No. 9 Missouri Falls in OT to No. 16 Georgetown, 111-102
  • The Trib: Hoyas stun Tigers in overtime
    The Trib (Joe Walljasper): A lot of wrongs but more rights on this night
    By Michael Dixon’s count, there were 50 things the Missouri basketball team could have done differently that would have changed the outcome of last night’s 111-102 overtime loss to Georgetown at the Sprint Center.

    In the last 20 seconds of regulation alone there were two missed foul shots by Laurence Bowers, a missed free throw and clock-stopping foul by Dixon and a loose ball that Kim English saved under the basket rather than heaving to halfcourt.

    Even so, the word Dixon used to describe the game was "awesome."

    Correct. The story of the game wasn’t what went wrong.

    From the atmosphere to the effort to the skill to the guts shown by both teams — it was all good.


    Still, Anderson hardly sounded defeated afterward. The Tigers showed more in their first loss than they had their five victories. They shot 56.3 percent from the field. They turned the ball over just three times in 25 minutes after halftime. They came up with 14 steals.

    They were equal partners in an awesome show. Hope we can see it again in March.

  • KBIA Sports Extra: Mizzou drops heartbreaker to Georgetown in Kansas City
    KBIA Sports Extra: Mike Dixon: "I guess everybody gets a night like they got tonight"
    KBIA Sports Extra: PHOTO GALLERY: Georgetown 111, Mizzou 102 (OT)
    KBIA Sports Extra: VIDEO: At the least, Mizzou/Georgetown provided incredible basketball
  • The Missourian: Wright's clutch shot helps Georgetown beat Missouri in overtime
    The Missourian: Free throws contribute to Missouri's overtime loss
  • KC Star: No. 16 Georgetown tops No. 9 Missouri in overtime
    KC Star (Upon Further Review): Everything that could go wrong...
    I can’t give you the exact odds of losing a game when a team has a four point lead with 19 seconds left and they are standing at the line with two free throws, but I can come pretty close. I calculated the odds at 99.40%. But, for every 994 wins, there are six devastating losses. This was one of those.
  • Post-Dispatch: Tigers shot down in OT in a wild one
  • PowerMizzou: PHOTOS: Tigers fall in OT (free)
    PowerMizzou: PMTV: Locker Room Report
  • Washington Post: No. 16 Georgetown survives in regulation then cruises past No. 9 Missouri in overtime
  • Fox Sports MW: Missouri undone by Georgetown in OT
  • Casual Hoya: The Heart Attack Hoyas Are Back
  • The Dagger: In the game of the year so far, Georgetown beats Missouri
  • Rush the Court: Georgetown Lights Up the Heartland
  • ESPN.com (Andy Katz): Big East tries to steal ACC/Big Ten thunder
  • Big 12 Hoops: Georgetown Defeats Missouri in Overtime in Kansas City

Bowl Prospects

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Other Mizzou Links

  • Mizzou Volleyball
    KBIA Sports Extra: Tale of the Tape: Mizzou Volleyball vs. No. 5 Northern Iowa
  • Mizzou Wrestling
    MUtigers.com: Mizzou-Kent St. Dual to Air Live on Flowrestling
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