Johnathan Williams III scored 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Missouri past Southeast Missouri State 65-61 on Tuesday at Mizzou Arena. The Tigers improved to 4-3. Jarekious Bradley led SEMO with 12 points and J.J. Thompson added 11 for the Redhawks who fell to 3-4.
The Tigers were down 30-19 with 4:19 left in the first half and didn’t grab the lead until there was just 3:55 remaining on a three-pointer from freshman forward D’Angelo Allen.
Starting point guard Wes Clark did not suit up for Missouri. According to head coach Kim Anderson, Clark has been suspended indefinitely “for a violation of our guidelines.”