Posted: Monday, 25 November 2013 9:31PM

Mizzou stays perfect with domination of IUPUI



The Missouri Tigers improved to 5-0 with a comfortable 78-64 non-conference win over visiting IUPUI Monday night at Mizzou Arena.

Jabari Brown led all scorers with 24 points, including 5-8 from behind the arc.  Jordan Clarkson was close behind with 22.

Tim Fuller wrapped his fill-in work for the suspended Frank Haith with a perfect record.  Haith will return to the bench on Thursday as the Tigers face Northwestern in Las Vegas.

The Tigers jumped out to a 13-4 early lead and never looked back on their way to a 22nd straight home victory, 77th in a row against non-conference foes at Mizzou Arena.

Ja'Rob McCallum scored 14 points and Ian Chiles added 12 for IUPUI (1-5).
 

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Topics : Men's BasketballMissouri
People : Jabari BrownJordan ClarksonTim Fuller
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