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Sport No. 19 Missouri never trails on way to handing No. 6 Tennessee its second straight loss

08:25  24 january  2021
08:25  24 january  2021 Source:   usatoday.com

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It was the second straight loss to L.S.U. for Arizona as the Tigers beat the Wildcats, 86-60, in 2000. Antonio Hudson had 20 points for L.S.U., while Ronald Dupree added 12. Arizona's loss paves the way for Alabama to move up one spot in the Associated Press poll when it is released tomorrow.

Jaden Springer stood with his hands crossed behind his back outside the huddle of the Tennessee men's basketball team late in the second half Saturday.

The Vols trailed by 11 with seven minutes left against No. 19 Missouri in a game they never led.

Tennessee looked lousy for the second straight game without the freshman guard, falling 73-64 to Missouri at Thompson-Boling Arena.

Yves Pons had 20 points for No. 6 Tennessee (10-3, 4-3 SEC), which lost back-to-back games for the first time this season. UT was blown out 75-49 at Florida on Tuesday.

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John Fulkerson a non-factor

John Fulkerson committed a turnover on Tennessee’s opening possession. He committed another on UT’s second possession and another on its fifth possession.

UT’s senior forward had five turnovers, two rebounds, two fouls and no points in the first half, which he sat the final 11:10 of due to foul trouble.

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Tennessee is back in Knoxville for its home opener hosting Missouri on Saturday afternoon. The Tigers ranked 14th nationally in total defense last season, and they piled up nine tackles for loss in the opener. The unit is led by junior linebacker Nick Bolton, and Missouri has a trio of safeties defending

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Fulkerson's troubles represented the start for Tennessee, which was abysmal for the opening 10 minutes. UT had 10 turnovers in the first 8:07 to fall behind by double-digits early.

Fulkerson, a preseason All-SEC selection, did not score until the 12:52 mark of the second half.

Xavier Pinson breaks the 20-point mark

Xavier Pinson led Missouri with a game-high 27. He is the first Vols opponent to score more than 20 points this season, breaking the 20-point mark with a pair of free throws early in the second half.

The Missouri junior guard had 19 first-half points on 8-for-10 shooting in 14 minutes. He was especially lethal as Tennessee whittled Missouri’s lead into single digits.

He scored seven straight Missouri points midway through the half, including a midrange jumper after UT cut the lead to three. He scored on the following possession on a neat lefty drive to extend Missouri’s lead to seven.

Up next

Tennessee hosts Mississippi State on Tuesday (7 p.m. ET, SEC Network).

Mike Wilson covers University of Tennessee athletics. Email him at michael.wilson@knoxnews.com and follow him on Twitter @ByMikeWilson.

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