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Chris Replogle, KY3 News and Twitter@ky3tigertalk or on Facebook @KYTV TigerTalk | January 19, 2012
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Mizzou's program is in the college basketball spotlight this weekend. The No. 5 Missouri Tigers (17-1, 4-1) will meet the No. 3 Baylor Bears (17-1, 4-1) Saturday afternoon in Waco.  Tip-off is at 1:00 p.m. on ESPN.  This is the fifth top five match-up in the program's history since 1990. News and Notes: *At the Charity Stripe: Mizzou made a season-high 27 free throws in the win against Texas A&M Monday night. *Country's Best: Senior Kim English lead the nation in 3-point field goal percentage, making 51 percent of the long-range shots.
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News and Twitter @ky3tigertalk or on Facebook @KYTV TigerTalk | February 16, 2012
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Missouri will look to sweep its future fellow Southeastern Conference rival Texas A&M Saturday. The No. 3 Tigers (24-2, 11-2) will play the Aggies (13-12. 4-9) in College Station.  Mizzou beat Texas A&M 70-51 in Columbia to start Big 12 Conference play.  Tip-off is at 1:00 p.m. on ESPN. News and Notes: *Saturday Streak: Mizzou has not won in College Station since the 2001 season.  Mizzou broke an eight-game losing streak earlier this season.
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News and Twitter @ky3tigertalk or on Facebook @KYTV TigerTalk | February 14, 2012
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Remember what happened in Stillwater?  Mizzou does. The No. 3 Missouri Tigers (21-2, 9-2) will welcome the Oklahoma State Cowboys to the Mizzou Arena Wednesday night.   The Cowboys (12-13, 5-7) beat the Tigers earlier this season 79-72.  Tip-off is at 8:00 p.m. on ESPN2. Mizzou must keep pace with defending Big 12 Conference champion Kansas.  The Jayhawks (22-5, 10-2) beat rival Kansas State on the road Monday night. News and Notes: *Conference Leaders: Mizzou leads the Big 12 Conference in seven statistical categories, including scoring per game (80.2)
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News and Twitter@ky3tigertalk or on Facebook @KYTV TigerTalk | May 11, 2012
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Mizzou's Frank Haith adds new a assistant to his staff he calls the "total package. " The University of Missouri announced Friday the hire of Ryan Miller to the basketball staff.  The assistant spent the past five years at the University of New Mexico.  The Lobos had its most successful five-year run during those years. "I'm excited to have this kind of opportunity to work for a university like Missouri," said Miller. "I'm looking forward to continuing to help build Mizzou's program on and off the court, and be part of the transition into the SEC. " Miller played collegiately at Division II's Northern State University in South Dakota.  He played professionally in the CBA and internationally.  Miller began his coaching career as an assistant at Memphis University under John Calipari in 2006.
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News and creplogle@ky3.com | May 9, 2011
COLUMBIA, Mo. - They flirted because they could. Missouri Tigers basketball juniors Kim English and Laurence Bowers have announced they will return to Mizzou for their senior seasons.  NBA scouts projected both second-round picks at best. English struggled in his junior season after a stellar sophomore campaign.  The Baltimore, Maryland native avaged 10 points per game, adding three rebounds and two assists.  The shooting guard is already 1,000 point scorer for the Tigers.  He averaged 14 points per game in his sophomore season.
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by Chris Replogle, KY3 News and Twitter @ky3tigersinsider or on Facebook @KYTV TigerTalk | January 11, 2012
AMES, Iowa -- Mizzou has to go on the road to rebound from its first loss of the 2011-2012 season. The Missouri Tigers (14-1, 1-1) travels here for the final time as a member of the Big 12 Conference to play the Iowa State Cyclones (12-3, 2-0).  Tip-off is at 7 on KY3. Mizzou is rebounding from its first loss of the season, 75-59, on Saturday at Kansas State.  The Tigers shot just 32 percent against the Wildcats.  Iowa State is an early-season surprise in the Big 12 Conference.  The Cyclones defeated Texas in the home opener, then beat preseason conference pick Texas A&M on the road 74-50 Saturday.
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News and creplogle@ky3.com | October 28, 2011
COLOMBIA, Mo. - Expectations begin early for the 2011 Missouri Tigers.  Missouri cracked the Top 25 in the first Associated Press college basketball poll.  Mizzou returns three senior starters in new Head Coach Frank Haith's inagural season.  The Tigers lost in the first round of the NCAA Tournament a season ago. Record Pts Fin      1. North Carolina (62)...
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News and Twitter @ky3tigertalk or on Facebook @KYTV TigerTalk | January 11, 2012
AMES, Iowa - Missouri just knows how to beat Iowa State. The No. 9 Tigers (15-1, 2-1) had six guys score in double-figures in Wednesday night's 76-69 victory on the road over the Cyclones (12-4, 2-1).  Mizzou bounced back from its first loss of the season last Saturday at Kansas State.  The Tigers also extended its winning streak against the Cyclones to eight-straight games. "I thought our guys really found a way to grind out a road win," said Missouri Head Coach Frank Haith.
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News and Twitter @ky3tigertalk or on Facebook @KYTV TigerTalk | January 21, 2012
WACO, Texas - Mizzou's mental toughness on the road was too much. Ricardo Ratliffe scored a career-high 27 points to lead the No. 5 Missouri Tigers (18-1, 5-1) to an 89-88 victory over the No. 3 Baylor Bears (17-2, 4-2) Saturday afternoon.  The win improves Missouri to 2-1 on the road in the Big 12 Conference.  The loss is Baylor's second-straight after beginning the season 17-0. "I thought our guys showed a lot of poise down the stretch," said Missouri Head Coach Frank Haith.
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News and Twitter @ky3tigertalk or on Facebook @KYTV TigerTalk | January 28, 2012
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Sometimes you just find a way to win. The No. 2 Missouri Tigers (19-2, 6-2) overcame a poor shooting night to defeat the Texas Tech Red Raiders (7-13, 0-8) 63-50 before a packed-house at Mizzou Arena Saturday.  Mizzou shot just 39-percent from the field. "we just didn't make shots, even though we had a lot of good looks," said Missouri Tigers Head Coach Frank Haith.  "Does it make the game look ugly?  I guess when they don't go in, yes.  But we still have to find a way to win. " The Tigers got a big boost early from forward Kim English.  The senior scored 19 of his 22 points in the first-half.  English shot 4-6 from three-point range.
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