The bad version of Mizzou showed up at a bad time.
Kobe & D’Moi did a thing.
Making just enough plays at the right time to eke out a home win and secure a double bye in the SEC Tournament.
Two straight games of 1.5+ ppp in the second half on the road, hey that’s pretty good!
I support scoring 1.5+ points per possession in the 2nd half on the road.
Maybe the gutsiest win of the year.
Feast or famine.
A no show on The Plains.
Turns out you can out-offense a good defensive team!
Simply just doing what needs to be done.
Ugly on the road. Again.
Mizzou’s defensive effort made a blowout game mildly interesting.
Turns out shooting 68% from 3FG for 3⁄4 of the game is a good way to get a big lead!
It could’ve been a blowout, but a road win is a road win.
Sometimes the river just runs dry at the wrong time.
Paving a path to the free-throw line and Sean East II’s assertiveness helped Mizzou rally from 10 points down.
You need to make shots to win games — something Mizzou’s guards couldn’t do against the Gators.
After a fast start, familiar defensive issues and a putrid night from behind the arc doomed the Tigers in College Station.
Ugly wins when you score 85 points!
No matter who you are, and how good you are, winning on the road is still tough to do.
It wasn’t that close, again.
This was an ass kicking. It was great.
Close games usually come down to one or two small things, this one came down to a fairly lucky 35 foot banked in three at the buzzer.
Perennial NCAA bylaw breakers hand Mizzou it’s first loss of the season.
Not the tune up for Saturday’s forthcoming game many thought we’d see.
8-0 feels very, very, very good.
This was a blowout right from the tipoff.
Mizzou did their thing and the bottom fell out for CCU.
It was all fine, really. Trust me.
D’Moi Hodge went nuclear.
Either the defense looked better or Lindenwood is pretty bad! Maybe both!
If you’re betting, take the over.
Game one of the College Basketball season and I’m already going to ask if you made your threes?
At least Cuonzo Martin solved the Ole Miss riddle.