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PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri men's basketball defeats North Florida

Saturday, November 20, 2010 | 10:03 p.m. CST; updated 10:42 p.m. CST, Saturday, November 20, 2010
MU junior forward Laurence Bowers shoots a layup as the North Florida Ospreys and MU forward Ricardo Ratliffe look on during the second half of the MU vs. North Florida basketball game on Saturday.

COLUMBIA – The No. 15 ranked Missouri men's basketball beat North Florida 96-58 on Saturday at Mizzou Arena. The Tigers defense forced 34 turnovers and scored 30 points off of those turnovers in its blow out victory.

Junior MU forward Ricardo Ratliffe prepares to shoot a free throw during Saturday's game against North Florida, on Nov. 20, 2010. MU won the game 96-58.
North Florida sophomore guard Parker Smith tries to pass the ball but Missouri freshman guard Ricky Kreklow jumps in the way in the Tigers' victory on Saturday.
Dribbling the ball toward the basket, junior guard Jimmy Williams, of North Florida, tries to avoid junior MU forward Ricardo Ratliffe during the Saturday, Nov. 20 game. MU won the game 96-58.
MU sophomore guard Michael Dixon lunges for the ball as North Florida senior guard Brad Haugabrook falls to also make a grab for the ball at the MU vs. North Florida game on Saturday.
North Florida freshman guard Brian Holmes tries to dribble the ball away from sophomore guard Michael Dixon during the MU v. North Florida game on Saturday, Nov. 20.
MU Men's Basketball Head Coach Mike Anderson gets enraged with the MU v. North Florida basketball game on Saturday, Nov. 20 at Mizzou Arena. Anderson has been the head basketball coach at MU for five years.
MU sophomore guard Michael Dixon Jr. drives the ball on North Florida senior guard Brad Haugabrook during the MU v. North Florida basketball game on Saturday.
MU sophomore guard John Underwood dunks the ball during the MU vs. North Florida game on Saturday. The Tigers defeated the Ospreys 96-58.

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