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Topic - Earnest Ross
In a story April 10 about a player kicked off the Missouri basketball team, The Associated Press reported erroneously that player Earnest Ross was accused of ramming his car into another vehicle and later having a dispute with a couple in that car. Those allegations involve former player Zach Price, not Ross.
Winning in the second round of the National Invitation Tournament means a lot to Southern Mississippi guard Neil Watson.
The Missouri Tigers put to rest any questions of whether they would be motivated to play in the National Invitation Tournament.
Earnest Ross was asked to sum up his final 66 seconds with one word.
Levi Randolph scored a career-high 33 points, 19 in the first half, and Trevor Releford added 18 points to lead Alabama to an 80-73 victory over Missouri Saturday night.
It's been so long since Jabari Brown last scuffled, one of his teammates blamed it on elements well beyond the junior guard's control.
Jabari Brown had 24 points with a career-best six assists and Jordan Clarkson added 22 points, helping Missouri handle South Carolina 82-74 on Saturday.
Auburn coach Tony Barbee found much to like about his team's performance against No. 21 Missouri.
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Frank Haith thinks his Missouri team was "too cool," and it cost the 21st-ranked Tigers the nation's longest home-court winning streak.
"I had a great time here," Ross said about playing two years at Missouri after two seasons at Auburn. "The fans did a great job of bringing me in. Coach (Frank) Haith and the rest of the coaching staff did a great job of coaching me. I had a great time here and wouldn't want to have spent it anywhere else."
Jabari Brown scored 30 points, including his 1,000th career point at Missouri, and Earnest Ross added 16 for the Tigers (23-11), who advance to face the winner of Wednesday's matchup between Southern Mississippi and Toledo.