Missouri Tigers Crush Binghamton, 88-59

KANSAS CITY, MO - NOVEMBER 22: Kim English #24 of the Missouri Tigers celebrates after the Tigers defeated the Cal Golden Bears 92-53 to win the Progressive CBE Classic tournament on November 22, 2011 at Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

The Missouri Tigers are still rolling after an easy 88-59 win over Binghamton on Sunday.

The Missouri Tigers went through a coaching change during the offseason but haven't missed a beat on the court, and that continued Sunday as the Tigers handled Binghamton, 88-59. Kim English led the way for Missouri with a career-high 29 points; he knocked down seven of 10 three-point attempts. Ricardo Ratliffe scored 18 points, and Marcus Denmon added 13. Phil Pressey dished out 11 assists for the Tigers, who shot 54.2% for the game.

Missouri began the game with a 12-2 run that essentially had Binghamton out of contention within the first six minutes. Binghamton would not get any closer than eight during the rest of the half, and the Tigers led 49-31 at the break.

Missouri was +16 in the turnover column.

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