Missouri Vs. Oklahoma Final Score: Tigers Roll Over Sooners 87-49

Marcus Denmon and Kim English combined for 43 points as the Missouri Tigers stayed unbeaten with a 87-49 victory over the Oklahoma Sooners. The win was the Tigers 14th consecutive to start the season and their first in conference play.

Kim English led the Tigers with 23 points and eight rebounds including five three-point baskets. Marcus Denmon added 20 points, eight rebounds and three assists. Ricardo Ratliffe and Michael Dixon each scored 13 points in the win for Missouri.

Prior to the game, this matchup was billed as one between two of the Big 12's top scorers in Missouri's Denmon and Oklahoma's Steven Pledger who struggled against the Tigers defense. Pledger finished with just 11 points on 3-10 shooting. Andrew Fitzgerald led Oklahoma with 18 points and six rebounds.

For more on this game, Missouri fans should check out Rock M Nation and Oklahoma fans should stop by Crimson And Cream Machine. For more news and analysis check out SB Nation's College Basketball Hub.

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