COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) Charleston Southern came to Missouri with a losing record and one of the nation’s worst offenses. The Buccaneers left with a stunning 68-60 upset over the Tigers on Tuesday.
“I knew this day was coming,” Charleston Southern coach Barclay Radebaugh said. “I didn't know that it would start against Missouri, but I knew this day was coming, because they play so hard, and they play so well together.”
Charleston Southern made 8 of 11 3-pointers in the second half, including two 3s by Duncan LeXander and one by Travis Anderson in the last 2½ minutes when Missouri rallied. After the Tigers came within 59-57 with 1:54 left to play, LeXander dropped a 3, as did Anderson on the next Charleston Southern possession.