PHOTO GALLERY: Tigers take down No. 5 Sooners
Thursday, March 5, 2009 | 12:33 a.m. CST;
updated 12:41 a.m. CST, Thursday, March 5, 2009
Senior DeMarre Carroll hugs OU senior Taylor Griffin after the Tigers bested the Sooners 73-64 on Wednesday March 4 in Mizzou Arena. The game was Carroll's last home game as a student at MU.
moved the Tigers to 5-0 this season following a loss.
Zaire Taylor goes for a basket as OU player Austin Johnson jumps up to defend the basket. The Oklahoma Sooners lost to MU 73-64.
Senior DeMarre Carroll jumps over OU senior Taylor Griffin to shoot during the MU-OU game at Mizzou Arena on Wednesday. Carroll had 15 points and 10 rebounds during his last home game as a Tiger.
DeMarre Carroll of Missouri tries for a basket while being guarded by Cade Davis of Oklahoma. The Tigers played the Sooners at Mizzou Arena, the last home game of the season.
Marcus Denmon of Missouri is congratulated by fans after the Tigers beat the Sooners at the last home game of the season.
Senior DeMarre Carroll shows emotion as the seniors are announced at the MU vs. OU game Wednesday. It was senior night and MU's last home game of the season.
Leo Lyons of Missouri and Cade Davis of Oklahoma vie for the basketball during the the last home game at Mizzou Arena.
Junior J.T. Tiller prepares for a layup as OU freshman Willie Warren attempts to block the point at during the home game against OU in Mizzou Arena on Wednesday March 4. Mizzou beat the Sooners 73-64.
Senior DeMarre Carroll readies a block as OU junior Juan Pattillo attempts to score in Mizzou Arena on Wednesday. The Tigers kept their streak alive to remain undefeated at home for the 08-09 season.
Leo Lyons of Missouri hugs Blake Griffin of Oklahoma before the Mizzou vs. Oklahoma match at Columbia on March 04, 2009. Mizzou won the match 73-64.
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