Hoops Photo Gallery - Missouri

Texas dominated the Missouri Tigers in almost every facet of the game Saturday afternoon, winning 76-55 and maintaining its place atop the Big XII standings.

Rick Barnes and T.J. talk strategy during a break in action. Whatever they were talking about worked very well, as Texas dominated Missouri by outrebounding the Tigers, forcing 16 turnovers and outscoring the Missouri bench 22-0 Saturday night.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)

No, Brad Buckman's head did not turn into a basketball against Missouri. Buckman had six rebounds in only 17 minutes of action and was able to draw a foul and secure the ball for Texas in this sequence.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)

Brandon Mouton drives to the basket in the first half against Rickey Paulding. Mouton led all scorers with 20 points.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)

As is the case almost every game, the Longhorn defense was able to hold Missouri to a paltry 36.5% from the field. Here, James Thomas and Terrell Ross trap Ricky Clemons in the second half.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)

Sydmill Harris reacts to his lone three-point basket Saturday night. Texas was only 2-10 from behind the arc for the game, but shot 50% from the field in the second half to pull away from the Tigers.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)

Brian Boddicker puts in two of his 11 points Saturday night. Boddicker was 4-11 from the field and a perfect 3-3 from the free throw line.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)

Royal Ivey locks on to Ricky Clemons in the seond half. Tough defense limited Clemons to a 6-19 shooting night.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)

Jaosn Klotz goes up for a basket late in the game. Klotz had four points and two rebounds in 14 minutes.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)

Brandon Mouton goes in for a layup in the second half. Mouton was 9-14 from the field and along with T.J. Ford and Royal Ivey was able to dominate Missouri's talented backcourt.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)

James Thomas gets in position to pull down one of his game-high eight rebounds. Thomas also had eight points on the night.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)

T.J. Ford goes up strong against the Missouri defense. Ford was his usual spectacular self Saturday night, filling up the stat sheet with 15 points, six rebounds, four assists and two steals.(PHOTO by Will Gallagher/IT)

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