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Game Thread: Mizzou vs. Iowa State

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The Tigers travel to Ames for the SEC-Big 12 Challenge.

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Missouri 50 | Iowa State 67

Final

First Half Notes

  • DaJuan Gordon with a beautiful arching mid-range shot and then a 3, a major offensive contribution from him would be huge today.
  • Graphic about Mizzou being 1-4 in games they start hot in is not a great sign.
  • Series of turnovers and Iowa State easy buckets allows Cyclones to take the lead.
  • Brazile with another display of his athleticism and length, this time catching a lob and slamming it.
  • Anton Brookshire with some minutes early on, perhaps to attempt to provide a spark.
  • Ronnie DeGray with a strong stretch, Tigers retake the lead.
  • Tyrese Hunter has easily been the star player of the first half for ISU, putting a lot of pressure on Mizzou off drives.
  • The turnovers are almost comical at this point, and a technical foul caps off a rough end to the half.

Second Half Notes

  • Amari Davis with his first points early in the second half.
  • Brockington and Hunter continuing to stay hot.
  • Iowa State currently on a 24-9 run dating back to the first half.
  • Lead now up to 16 for ISU as they have taken firm control of the momentum in this game.
  • Cyclones getting whatever they want from the floor, while Tigers can not buy a bucket.

The Details

Opponent: Iowa State (15-5)

Time: 1:00 p.m. CT

Where: Hilton Coliseum, Ames, Iowa

Is Mizzou Receiving Top 25 Votes? No

What Does Vegas Say? Mizzou +10.0

Where To Watch: ESPNU

Radio: Tiger Radio Network // Sirius/XM -119/199

Twitter: @MizzouHoops

Facebook: Mizzou Men’s Basketball

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Five Questions!

  1. Will the Tigers cover?
  2. Who will be the leading scorer?
  3. Who will lead the Tigers in rebounding?
  4. Who is your trifecta for the game?
  5. What will the final score be?