Missouri Vs. Texas A&M Final Score: Tigers Win Third Straight, Defeat Aggies 70-51

The Missouri Tigers improve to 17-1 on the season with a 70-51 win over Texas A&M. The win is the Tigers third straight since suffering their first loss at Kansas State on Jan 7.

Missouri saw its 23 point lead get whittled all the way down to 10 points in the second half before righting the ship and closing the game out. The Tigers were led by Michael Dixon's 18 points off the bench. Dixon hit 4-7 from beyond-the-arc to lead the Tigers. Ricardo Ratliffe added 17 points while Marcus Denmon added 16 points and nine rebounds. Phil Pressey added 10 points, seven rebounds and four assists for the Tigers.

Elston Turner and Khris Middleton led Texas A&M with 13 points each. Ray Turner came off the bench to score 11 points and grab eight rebounds while David Loubeau chipped in 10 points.

Missouri out rebounded the Aggies 37-24 and went 27-31 from the free throw line. Texas A&M finished just 12-15 from the charity stripe.

For more on Texas A&M go visit I am the 12th Man and for all things Missouri go visit Rock M Nation. For more news and insights on college basketball, be sure to check out the SB Nation College Basketball hubpage.

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