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PHOTO GALLERY: Tigers beat Red Raiders in quarterfinals of Big 12 tournament

Friday, March 13, 2009 | 9:42 a.m. CDT; updated 12:32 p.m. CDT, Friday, March 13, 2009
MU's Marcus Denmon battles for possession in the second round matchup against Texas Tech. The Tigers will face off in round three against Oklahoma State at 8:30.

OKLAHOMA CITY – The No. 14 Tigers improved to 26-6 on the season with the win over Texas Tech. Missouri faces Oklahoma State at 8:30 p.m. Friday on KZOU.

MU guard Zaire Taylor attempts a two-point shot in the second half of the game. MU won the game 81-60.
MU's Miguel Paul attempts to break past John Roberson during the second half of the game.
Texas Tech's Michael Prince battles for a rebound with MU's Keith Ramsey.
MU guard Zaire Taylor works the perimeter against Texas Tech's Nick Okorie. Taylor finished the game with a team-high seven assists.
MU guard J.T. Tiller defends Texas Tech's Rogdrick Craig. Tiller finished the game with 13 points and helped the Tigers to victory with a final score of 81-60.
After a fast break MU guard Matt Lawrence puts in an easy layup. Lawrence ended the game with 13 points in 16 minutes of play.
Leo Lyons attempts to put in a layup after driving past Texas Tech's Robert Lewandowski. Lyons had a total of nine points in the game.

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