Missouri Vs. Oklahoma State Final Score: Tigers Cruise To 83-65 Win

Missouri jumped on Oklahoma State early and cruised late to a 83-65 win to keep the Tigers home unbeaten streak intact. The Tigers built a 44-22 lead at the half behind some solid offensive execution.

Marcus Denmon did most of his work in the second half scoring 13 of his team-high 17 points after halftime. Phil Pressey, Ricardo Ratliffe and Michael Dixon added 15 points each. Kim English rounded out Missouri scorers in double figures with 13.

Keiton Page scored a game-high 23 points to lead the Cowboys. Mike Cobbins added 12 while Le'Bryan Nash finished with 11 points.

Missouri improves to 24-2 on the season and remains perfect at home. The Tigers are 11-2 in the Big 12 and appear to be on a collision course with Kansas in a matchup that will likely decide the conference regular season crown. Oklahoma State falls to 12-14 and 5-8 in Big 12 play.

For more Missouri news, check out Rock M Nation. Oklahoma State info can be found at Cowboys Ride For Free, and for everything in the world of college hoops, head on over to SB Nation's college basketball page.

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