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Game Thread: Mizzou vs. LSU

Missouri begins their two-game road trip in Baton Rouge against an LSU squad eager for a win.

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Missouri 55 | LSU 75

Final

First Half Notes

  • Boogie Coleman opens the scoring with two 3s, a good sign after he had been off recently.
  • LSU turning the ball over early and often.
  • A great Trevon Brazile weak-side block leads to an easy layup for Javon Pickett.
  • Mizzou fighting hard on the glass, earning plenty of second chances on the offensive end.
  • 4:45 scoring drought for Missouri is ended by a Kobe Brown free throw.
  • LSU extends their lead to 10 as Mizzou just can not buy a bucket.
  • Shareef O’Neal with an early 6 points for LSU, has been imposing himself in the paint.
  • Late surge from Missouri makes it a 6-point game at the half.

Second Half Notes

  • Major run from LSU to open the half has made this game a blowout.
  • LSU heating up from the field and putting on a full-court press, looking to really put this game away.
  • 12 second half points for Mizzou at the 7:14 mark.

The Details

Opponent: LSU (19-9, 7-8)

Time: 7:30 CST

Where: Pete Maravich Assembly Center

Is Mizzou Receiving Top 25 Votes? No

What Does Vegas Say? Mizzou +12.0

Where To Watch: SEC Network

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 have more points, Kobe Brown or Javon Pickett?
  4. Who will lead the team in rebounds?
  5. What will the final score be?