Missouri men's basketball loses in final seconds to Baylor
Missouri guard Zaire Taylor (11) drives against Baylor's A.J. Walton (22) during first half action of an NCAA college basketball game Saturday Feb. 13, 2010 in Waco, Texas. (AP Photo/Duane A. Laverty) By Duane A. Laverty
COLUMBIA — For a moment it seemed as though Missouri was going to win its third road game of the season Saturday afternoon.
With a little over a minute left, the Missouri men’s basketball team and No. 24 Baylor were at a standstill. Both teams had failed to make a field goal in more than four minutes, and Baylor held a five-point lead. Then Missouri guard J.T. Tiller made his sixth three-point shot of the season, sparking a six-point run for the Tigers. With 47 seconds left, Missouri held a one-point lead after guard Kim English made just one of two free throws.
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