Prime 25 roundup: Mississippi State takes down No. 13 Missouri By Reuters

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D.J. Stewart Jr. scored 24 factors as Mississippi State toppled No. 13 Missouri 78-63 on Tuesday night time in Southeastern Convention motion at Starkville, Miss.

The Bulldogs (7-4, 2-1 SEC) trailed by 12 factors at halftime, however they outscored the Tigers 51-24 within the second half and pulled away on the free-throw line. Iverson Molinar scored 20 factors for Mississippi State and Tulo Smith had 15 factors and grabbed 9 rebounds.

Jeremiah Tilmon scored 16 factors on 8-of-10 capturing and pulled down six rebounds for the Tigers (7-2, 1-2). Xavier Pinson had 13 factors and eight assists and Dru Smith added 11 factors.

In beating Missouri for the ninth time in 10 video games, Mississippi State outrebounded the Tigers 37-22 regardless of lacking energy ahead Javian Davis, who was sidelined for undisclosed causes.

No. 4 Texas 78, Iowa State 72

Andrew Jones scored a career-high 23 factors because the Longhorns constructed an enormous second-half lead and held on in the course of the livid remaining two minutes to outlast the Cyclones in Large 12 play in Austin, Texas.

The Longhorns (9-1, 3-0 Large 12) have received 5 straight video games, with their solely lack of the season coming at house on Dec. 6 to Villanova, now the nation’s No. 3 staff. Greg Brown added 15 factors for the Longhorns, with Matt Coleman III scoring 13.

Javan Johnson (2-6, 0-4) led the Cyclones with 21 factors whereas Solomon Younger tallied 13, and Rasir Bolton and Jalen Coleman-Lands added 10 factors every.

No. 6 Kansas 93, TCU 64

David McCormack scored a season-high 20 factors and Ochai Agbaji added 19 because the Jayhawks used 56.5 % capturing to scorch the Purple Raiders in Large 12 play at Fort Value, Texas.

Kansas (9-2, 3-1 Large 12) received its eleventh straight Large 12 highway recreation, tying a convention document the Jayhawks set from 2001-03. Kansas improved to 98-13 underneath coach Invoice Self when coming off a loss.

Charles O’Bannon Jr. posted 18 factors and 6 rebounds off the bench to steer TCU (9-3, 2-2), which had a five-game win streak snapped. RJ Nembhard, the Large 12’s main scorer, added 14 factors. Kevin Samuel had eight factors however grabbed no rebounds after coming in as the one Large 12 participant averaging a double-double.

No. 23 Michigan State 68, No. 15 Rutgers 45

Aaron Henry scored 20 factors and led a suffocating defensive effort because the Spartans pulled away from the Scarlet Knights in Large Ten play at East Lansing, Mich.

Henry had eight rebounds, 4 blocks and two steals together with capturing 8-for-13 from the sphere. Rocket Watts and Josh Langford scored 11 factors apiece, whereas Joey Hauser added 9 factors and grabbed 14 rebounds for Michigan State (8-3, 2-3 Large Ten).

Ron Harper Jr. led the Scarlet Knights (7-3, 3-3) with 13 factors and Jacob Younger added 11 however shot 5-for-18 from the sphere. Rutgers shot 30.5 % from the sphere and likewise struggled from the foul line, making simply 6 of 17 makes an attempt.

No. 18 Texas Tech 82, Kansas State 71

Terrence Shannon led the way in which with 22 factors because the Purple Raiders slipped previous the Wildcats in Large 12 play at Lubbock, Texas.

Mac McClung scored 16 factors and Marcus Santos-Silva added 14 for Texas Tech (9-3, 2-2 Large 12). Shannon was virtually good from the free-throw line (11-of-12) to spark a stable night time on the stripe (30-of-36) for Texas Tech.

Nijel Pack and Selton Miguel paced Kansas State (5-7, 1-3) with 17 factors apiece. The Wildcats had been stout from outdoors the 3-point line within the first half (5-of-11) however scuffled after halftime from deep (3 for 13) on the way in which to getting outscored 46-40.

No. 19 Clemson 74, North Carolina State 70 (OT)

Nick Honor scored a season-high 21 factors because the Tigers held off the visiting Wolfpack in additional time in Atlantic Coast Convention play.

Honor made 8-of-11 pictures from the ground, together with 5-of-6 from 3-point vary en path to his 21 factors in his greatest outing for Clemson (9-1, 3-1 ACC) since transferring from Fordham and turning into eligible this season.

D.J. Funderburk scored 20 factors to steer NC State (6-2, 2-1), together with a 9-of-9 effort from the free-throw line. Devon Daniels added 18.

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