Jordan Barnett did not smile or laugh when asked about his shooting slump last week from the podium inside Mizzou Arena’s media room. The senior forward sat solemn in his pleather black chair and quipped.“If I’m off, I’m still going to shoot,” Barnett said.On Tuesday night against the Miami (Ohio) Redhawks back at Mizzou Arena, Barnett was not off. He hoisted 3-pointers and made many, as did a number of other Tigers en route to their 70-51 victory.
Missouri took more than 1,400 days to do it, but Thursday night in Orlando, Florida, the Tigers downed UCF 62-59 and earned their first true road win since Jan. 28, 2014.After two coaching changes and road losses to every Southeastern Conference opponent, as well as a slew of Power 5 opponents, the Tigers were able to close out a close win over a stifling UCF team and end a 36-game road losing streak.A hefty portion of Missouri’s scoring came from three players — Kassius Robertson (19...
The biggest question leading into Thursday night’s Missouri matchup with Utah is whether or not star-studded freshman Michael Porter Jr. will play.Possibly the second biggest question: Where can you, the Missouri fan, watch the game that tips off at 7 p.m. on the Pac-12 Network?
@alec_lewis@AustinKKim Yes. Nice that you young'uns are so adamant, but you can't even begin to hazard these statements w/out considering likes of Flyover, Sycamore, a number of others ... and especially Barred Owl.
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