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Of course Frank Haith would have gotten his notice of allegations yesterday. Because why would the best night of the basketball season be allowed to only be a good night? That said ... the notice evidently could have been worse ... and the night definitely could have been worse, huh? Huzzah!
Mizzou > Florida
MUtigers.com: Bowers' Double-Double Leads Mizzou to 63-60 Upset of No. 5 Florida
MUtigers.com: Post Game Quotes
The Trib: Tigers pull out thriller against Gators
The Missourian: Missouri upsets No. 5 Florida
KC Star: Tigers get back at No. 5 Gators with 63-60 win
KC Star: MU notes | Bowers has big game
Post-Dispatch: Mizzou shows some magic in comeback against Florida
PowerMizzou: Flipping the Script
It was fitting that Pressey and Bowers played key roles in the comeback. Both have been under heavy criticism over the last few games. Pressey committed costly turnovers in each of those previous three come-from-ahead losses, but had five points, two rebounds, seven assists an no turnovers in the final 15:50 on Tuesday.
"Phil was outstanding," Haith said. "He's one of the best point guards in the country and he played like it tonight.
"He was dialed in on both ends."
"I thought the last ten minutes, our pick and roll coverage on Pressey was not great," Florida head coach Billy Donovan said. "I thought he was, at our place, crazy when he played. I really thought he really did a terrific job running his team, limited number of shots, got the ball where it needed to go, made the game easy for everybody else."
KBIA Sports: Pressey, Bowers lead Mizzou to upset of No. 5 Florida
Alligator Army: Missouri 63, Florida 60: Gators fail to vault same old roadblock
The Dagger: Missouri finds its footing as Laurence Bowers leads the way to win over No. 5 Florida
ESPN.com: Rapid Reaction: Missouri 63, Florida 60
ESPN.com: Missouri back on track after beating Florida
Al.com: Florida's loss at Missouri means Alabama can win the SEC if it wins out
That Damned Miami Cloud
The Trib: Haith receives notice of allegations
The Missourian: Frank Haith receives notice from NCAA
KC Star: Haith: No unethical conduct found
Post-Dispatch: Haith says NCAA report does not allege unethical conduct
“Contrary to what was reported, there was no unethical conduct in my notice of allegations,” he said after the Tigers beat Florida at Mizzou Arena. “And it is just an allegation, so we get a chance to defend ourself.”
He added, “But the biggest thing I want to tell you is I’m glad this thing is almost over with.” […]
Mizzou athletics director Mike Alden had not seen the notice of allegations as of Tuesday night. Haith’s attorney is expected to send the notice to Alden today.
“Shoot, after 20 months, you know I think all of us are just pleased,” Alden said. “Good, let’s go ahead and deal with it and move forward. I’m looking forward to working with Frank for a long time. He’s done great things here with us, and we look forward to (him) continuing to do great things.”
Fox Sports MW: Mizzou AD stands by Haith -- for now, at least
ESPN.com: NCAA accuses Miami of 'lack of institutional control' in notice of allegations
State of the U: The NCAA, Miami, And The Broken System
Mizzou Football Links
A Look Back
PowerMizzou: Recruiting Rewind: Defensive Backs
We Are Mizzou: Mizzou Rides in a Black Hawk
Other Football Links
Smart Football: Musical Chairs: Packaged Plays and the Evolution of "Option" Football
ESPN.com: Former Oklahoma State Cowboys QB that Mike Gundy backed in rant joins staff
Mizzou Diamond Sports Links
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The Trib: Earleywine: 'We showed really well'
MUtigers.com: No. 7 Softball Continues Out West
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Other Mizzou Links
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Mizzou Swimming & Diving
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MUtigers.com: Tennis Hosts UMKC Wednesday
Mizzou Wheelchair Basketball
The Trib: MU's Lykins to coach US wheelchair basketball team