Mizzou Vs. Baylor Score: Quincy Miller Is Keeping It Close

The Missouri Tigers took a four-point lead into halftime of Saturday afternoon's game between the top two teams in the Big 12, but the Baylor Bears haven't crumbled in the second half. Quincy Miller, Baylor's standout freshman, is keeping his team close as they look to rebound from their first loss of the season.

The Tigers still lead by four, 62-58, with just under ten minutes left in the game. Considering Mizzou has added Kim English back to the fold after he missed the majority of the first half due to foul trouble, however, it's a good sign for the talented Baylor team.

Miller has scored 20 points, including a 7-0 run of his own, as he keeps the Bears within striking distance in the second half of the contest. Quincy Acy has added 14 points and eight rebounds while Pierre Jackson's doing his part with nine points and nine assists as the team's starting point guard.

Ricardo Ratliffe has scored 19 points for Mizzou while Phil Pressey has scored 14 points to go with his five assists.

For more on the Missouri basketball program, be sure to visit Rock M Nation. For more on Baylor, Our Daily Bears has you covered. For a rundown of all of Saturday's NCAA basketball action, SB Nation's Mike Rutherford broke it down here.

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