Mizzou Falls Again On The Road

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The storyline Thursday night at Texas A&M all too familiar for Mizzou. Go on the road. Start slow and then be plagued by foul trouble and turnovers. Add it up and it’s another road loss for the Tigers. A&M beat Missouri 70-68. Tigers trailed by double digits in the first and second half. Mizzou managed to take the lead in the final minute when Laurence Bowers hit a three pointer. It was MU’s only lead of the night.

Tigers had the ball and a one point lead with 24 seconds left when Phil Pressey threw the ball out of bounds. The Aggies cashed that turnover into points when Fabion Harris drilled a three with 11 seconds left. Pressey then hurried a three pointer and the Tigers fall to O-4 on the road in the SEC, 16-6 overall.