Brian Grawer’s sixth three-pointer of the game came with 15.4 seconds remaining and it gave Missouri a lead they would never relinquish en route to a 70-66 win over visiting Kansas State. This was the first game for the Tigers since they lost leading scorer Kareem Rush for the season with a left thumb injury. Second-leading scorer Clarence Gilbert was hampered by the flu and scored just two points. Missouri(15-7, 6-3) led by as many as 15 in the first-half and trailed by as many as eight in the second-half. Grawer finished with 22 points to lead Missouri. The Tigers connected on 13 of their 28 attempts from behind the arc.