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- MUtigers.com: Mizzou Downs Iowa State, 65-56
- The Trib: Tigers win ugly over Iowa State
The Missourian: Seniors on Missouri's basketball team have felt better
Teammate Laurence Bowers said Taylor has been having stomach issues for several days.
"For like the last week, he’s been having to leave practice saying his stomach’s been killing him," Bowers said. "He’s fighting through it."
Bowers didn’t know whether Taylor has visited a doctor, but said Taylor has been going to the bathroom frequently. Coach Mike Anderson said Taylor left the bench during the game to use the bathroom.
"He just took off, said ‘I’m going. I got to go to the restroom coach.’ So I said, ‘Go,’" Anderson said, drawing several laughs.
There was nothing funny about how sick Taylor looked after the game, though. He looked so ill it was difficult to fathom that he played 22 minutes and had six rebounds.
"Shows you how tough he is," Bowers said. "He didn’t want us to lose that game. You admire guys like that. He could have easily just sat on the bench."
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- Post-Dispatch: Tigers find their rhythm just in time
- The Maneater: Tiller breaks out against Cyclones
- Ames Tribune: Going down swinging
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