COLUMBIA, Mo. (Associated Press) - Kevin Puryear had 12 points and 10 rebounds, and Missouri rallied in the second half to beat No. 21 Tennessee 59-55 on Wednesday night. Jontay Porter added 10 points and seven rebounds for Missouri (13-5, 3-2 Southeastern Conference). The Tigers found their rhythm in the second half, using 3s from Kassius Robertson, Jordan Geist and Porter to fuel a 13-2 run starting with 10 minutes remaining. Grant Williams led Tennessee (12-5, 3-3) with 15 points.
No. 6 Tennessee’s undefeated record was snapped after a 79-76 overtime loss to No. 17 Texas A&M on Thursday. The Lady Vols (15-1, 3-1 SEC) entered the game as one of four undefeated teams remaining in the country. Trailing by one with 7.8 seconds remaining in overtime, Tennessee had the ball with a chance to win, but Evina Westbrook’s pass to Jaime Nared bounced wide and out of bounds, resulting in a turnover.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) - Grant Williams put on a show in Nashville on Tuesday night. The sophomore forward scored a career-best 37 points as No. 24 Tennessee rallied past Vanderbilt 92-84 in the 194th edition of the in-state rivalry. The Vols, who trailed by 10 points at halftime, ended the game with the most points they’ve ever managed in Memorial Gym in back-to-back seasons. Tennessee scored 87 in last season’s win.
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Selecting a term
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