By Taylor Sturm @TSturmRS on April 10, 2014
The Missouri Tigers will be disappointed not to have made the 2014 NCAA Tournament due to anti-SEC bias, but the Tigers still had a lot to be positive about from this past season. Frank Haith’s squad has to start producing soon, however. Here are five takeaways from Missouri’s 2013-14 college basketball season.
Once again, Missouri failed to make a deep run in a postseason tournament. It’s starting to become a habit for the Tigers.
So many games were just barely lost by the Tigers, who were just one or two wins away from an NCAA Tournament berth.
Jordan Clarkson, Earnest Ross and Jabari Brown put on a show for the Tigers, but when one of them was off, no one else stepped up and helped out offensively.
Although the Tigers had one of the best offensive teams in the country, their defense was the reason they lost so many games.
Haith continues to disappoint with Missouri. One more bad season and he could be on his way out.
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