There were plenty of seats available on Jan. 10 as Russell Woods was introduced before Mizzou’s 77-72 loss to Auburn at Mizzou Arena.
There were plenty of seats available on Jan. 10 as Russell Woods was introduced before Mizzou’s 77-72 loss to Auburn at Mizzou Arena. L.G. Patterson AP
There were plenty of seats available on Jan. 10 as Russell Woods was introduced before Mizzou’s 77-72 loss to Auburn at Mizzou Arena. L.G. Patterson AP

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