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Topic - Frank Haith
Earnest Ross was asked to sum up his final 66 seconds with one word.
Keanau Post made a long-awaited first trip to the podium. After threatening his season total with 14 points and also setting a career best in rebounds, the Missouri big man was at a loss for words.
Charles Mann can now see a bright side to Georgia's rough start to the season.
Levi Randolph had not scored in double figures since tallying 14 points against LSU on Jan. 25. In the eight games since he scored a total of 22 points, while shooting a woeful 8 of 32 from the floor (25%).
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.
Highly touted freshman Chris Walker gave the home fans something to cheer about early.
Missouri had one scoring drought that cost it a chance at beating No. 3 Florida.
With six minutes to go Saturday, Jordan Clarkson hit a fadeaway and pumped his fist nonchalantly, as if he knew Missouri could finally catch up with Kentucky.
Kentucky's back to having fun.
Earnest Ross doesn't think he's being overlooked.
Earnest Ross hadn't won at Arkansas in three attempts, dating back to his first two seasons at Auburn.
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.
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.
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Missouri needed big plays down the stretch its last time out.
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — A day after attending a memorial service for his father in Garden City, Kan., Mark Fox called the shots in an upset that ended the nation's longest home winning streak.
"This game was like going to the dentist," Missouri coach Frank Haith said afterward.
"Senior nights are tough, because it takes you out of your normal routine and rhythm," Haith said. "I thought we came out really not focused in terms of intensity. There are soft moments with senior night. But we needed to refocus ourselves, and it took us awhile to get refocused."