Missouri coach Mike Anderson watches the final moments of an NCAA college basketball game against Kansas on Monday, Jan. 25, 2010, in Lawrence, Kan. Kansas won 84-65. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel) By Charlie Riedel
COLUMBIA — With the clock winding down to its final seconds and the Missouri men's basketball team down by three points, something went wrong.
Tigers freshman Michael Dixon dribbled the ball up court with a frantic look on his face trying to find someone to get open for a 3-point shot. Rather than passing the ball to shooting specialists Kim English or Marcus Denmon, the ball found the unlikely hands of senior J.T. Tiller. As the ball bounced off the front of the rim and the buzzer sounded, the Tigers stood on the court with towels over their heads and jerseys untucked staring at the scoreboard that read Texas A&M 77, Missouri 74.
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