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PHOTO GALLERY: MU men's basketball gets revenge against Nebraska

Saturday, February 14, 2009 | 7:45 p.m. CST; updated 7:53 p.m. CST, Saturday, February 14, 2009
Junior J.T. Tiller battles Nebraska's Sek Henry for possession early in the first half on Saturday against Nebraska. The Tigers won, 70-47.

Missouri avenged a loss to Nebraska with a convincing 70-47 win on Saturday.

MU forward Keith Ramsey goes up for a dunk in the second half. Ramsey lead the team in blocked shots with three, all of which brought booming roars from the fans in Mizzou Arena.
Mizzou coach Mike Anderson shouts instructions to his players during the game.
From left, assistant coach Melvin Watkins and players Mike Anderson Jr., Kim English, Keith Ramsey and Justin Safford jump up and cheer as a Cornhusker's shot is blocked.
MU sophomore Tyler Collins, left, and freshman Michael Langenberg celebrate the Tigers' efforts in the second half. With the victory over Nebraska, Mizzou improves its overall record to 22-4, 9-2 in conference play.
Matt Lawrence and Zaire Taylor attempt to keep spirits high during the game against Nebraska. Lawrence, along with DeMarre Carroll, scored a team high 13 points in the win against the Cornhuskers.
Nebraska's Sek Henry is surrounded by MU defenders Justin Safford, Steve Moore and Michael Anderson Jr. With solid defense and strong offense, the Tigers went on to win the game 70-47.
The Tigers' Laurence Bowers dunks against the Cornhuskers.
MU forward Justin Safford attempts a shot in the paint over Nebraska's Paul Velander.

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