MU Men's Basketball
Missouri point guard Stefhon Hannah, who returned to Columbia on Friday and was then arrested on suspicion of third degree assault, is supposed to return to classes on Monday, coach Mike Anderson said.
Missouri’s game against Texas A&M on Saturday was decided in the first five minutes and three seconds of the second half, when the Aggies went on a 15-0 run.
MU guard Stefhon Hannah was arrested on suspicion of third-degree assault Friday afternoon in connection with a Jan. 27 altercation at Athena Night Club. Hannah received a broken jaw in the fight. According to employees, Athena has since closed.
Against Kansas, Anderson Jr., made a case that he is more than just the walk-on, coach’s son who plays the final minutes in a big win. He played six minutes, even with scholarship players available on the bench.
During the course of the season it has been obvious DeMarre Carroll is important to the Tigers, but since the suspension of five players last week, it has looked more and more like the Tigers are now Carroll’s team.
After playing three games over a span of six days, the Tigers returned to practice Wednesday with plenty of time to prepare for Saturday’s game against Texas A&M.
The Tigers might not have played well as a team, but the sophomore guard put together one of his best games of his career.
Anderson and Self comment on the Texas Tech coaches prolific career, and other notes from Missouri's loss at Lawrence.
The Tigers came out hard — and with all its healthy players available — but slowly faded away against the No. 2 Kansas Jayhawks. Missouri had played shorthanded in its past two games before coming to Lawrence, Kan.
Missouri guard J.T. Tiller was named co-Phillips 66 Big 12 Men’s Player of the Week along with Nebraska center Aleks Maric on Monday.
Sophomore guard J.T. Tiller has been major positive for the MU men’s basketball team in its last two games.
Former Missouri coach Norm Stewart and former Arkansas coach Nolan Richardson said they approve of the Missouri coach’s handling of the basketball team in the past week.
Brown, Lyons play, but J.T. Tiller steals the show with a career high in points
The players were suspended Tuesday along with Stefhon Hannah following a fight outside Athena Night Club last weekend that left Hannah with a broken jaw.
MU basketball guard Jason M. Horton was arrested at 12:20 p.m. Friday in connection with a fight in which fellow player Stefhon Hannah’s jaw was broken outside of Athena Night Club, Columbia police said. He was booked and released on a summons.
Columbia Police Sgt. Ken Hammond said the police are in the process of contacting guard Jason Horton and forwards Marshall Brown, Darryl Butterfield and Leo Lyons so that they can be questioned. They are not currently suspects in the incident at Athena Night Club that left Stefhon Hannah with a broken jaw.
Guards Stefhon Hannah and Jason Horton and forwards Marshall Brown, Darryl Butterfield and Leo Lyons were indefinitely suspended before Missouri’s 66-62 loss to Nebraska on Wednesday for breaking team rules. Team spokesman Dave Reiter said on Thursday that there is no word on when the suspensions will be over and he didn’t know when a decision would be made.
With five players suspended indefinitely, Missouri put up a fight against Nebraska and kept fans entertained, using just seven players in a 66-62 loss to the Cornhuskers.
The Missouri basketball has had a difficult week following the suspension of five players. After the Nebraska game coach Mike Anderson discussed the disciplinary actions.
The Mizzou basketball team, shorthanded after coach Mike Anderson suspended five players Tuesday, lost 66-62 to Nebraska.