Missouri Vs. Kennesaw State: Tigers Use Big Second Half To Win 104-67

Missouri hosts a low-major non-conference opponent as they prepare for a showdown with Illinois next week.

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Missouri Vs. Kennesaw State: Tigers Win Easily, 104-67

The Missouri Tigers played the entire second half the same way they did at the end of the first half by putting up a lot of points against the Kennesaw St. Owls. Missouri outscored Kennesaw State 57-34 in the second half to win by 37 points. Missouri had five players in double figures and the two leading scorers were Ricardo Ratliffe and Michael Dixon who had 18 points apiece.

Missouri had one of their better shooting performances of the year tonight as they hit 60 percent of their shots from the field and they were able to more than double up on the free throw attempts 25 to 12. In fact, Missouri dominated in nearly every category tonight as they had the rebounding edge 35-24, 15 steals to eight, five blocks to one and had 10 less turnovers.

Kennesaw State was led by guard Delbert Love who scored a game high 27 points.

This was one of those games that was to give Missouri a warmup before they take on Illinois next Thursday, but before they do that they face William and Mary on Sunday.

For the latest news and notes on Tigers basketball, head on over to Rock M Nation.

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Missouri Vs. Kennesaw State Score: Tigers Lead By 14 At The Break

The No. 8 Missouri Tigers are leading the Kennesaw St. Owls 47-33 at the half. For most of the first half these two teams were neck-and-neck and Kennesaw State even led 29-28 over Missouri with 7:28 left in the first half. That one-point lead would not last long and Missouri then went on a 19 to four run to end the first half.

Missouri has spread the scoring out in the first half as all seven players who have seen time have scored, and the leading scorer being Matt Pressey who leads all Tigers with 11 points. The Missouri offense is shooting the ball well from the two-point line with a 56 shooting percentage, but they are only three-of-11 beyond the three-point line. 

The difference in the first half is that Kennesaw State got cold shooting the ball in the latter part of the first half and ended up shooting und 47 percent fron the field. The leading scorer for Kennesaw State from the first half was Delbert Loveer who had 15 points.

For the latest news and notes on Tigers basketball, head on over to Rock M Nation.

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Missouri Vs. Kennesaw State: Game Preview, TV Info And More

Missouri hosts a low-major non-conference opponent as they prepare for a showdown with Illinois next week.

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