Missouri basketball vs. Texas A&M: Tip-off time, radio, odds and more

Missouri basketball returns home after two losses on the road to play Texas A&M.

The Missouri basketball team is back home after back-to-back losses in the SEC. The games against Mississippi State and Alabama came after Missouri picked up its biggest home victory of the year in beating Florida.

Mizzou knocked down 31 of 31 free-throw attempts in Saturday’s loss to Alabama, which was a school record that nearly set an all-time record. All eyes will be on the Tigers at the free-throw line tonight as well, as people will want to see how many more consecutive they can knock down.

Here’s a look at today’s game:

Records: Texas A&M 8-8 (2-3); Missouri 9-8 (1-4)

Where: Mizzou Arena

Time: 8 p.m.

How to watch: ESPNU

Online: WatchESPN

How to listen: TuneIn

Live stats: mutigers

Line: Mizzou -8.5 courtesy of the Action Network

Over/under: 123.5 courtesy of the Action Network

Other conference games today: Florida at LSU; Georgia at No. 15 Kentucky; Ole Miss at Tennessee.

The Aggies have lost two games in a row in the conference, and both losses were at home. Now, A&M heads on the road, where they are 1-1 on the year in the SEC.

Missouri has struggled against big men in the conference, and with no Jeremiah Tilmon in the lineup for now, they have another one to deal with tonight. In 15 games played, forward Josh Nebo has the highest shooting percentage in the SEC. Nebo has made more than 70 percent of his shots, and he also leads the SEC in blocks per game with 2.7. Nebo also is the team leader in points per game (12.5) and rebounds (7.5). Guard Savion Flagg leads A&M with 32 minutes per contest and is second in points with 11 per game.

Next up: Missouri basketball heads to West Virginia as part of the Big 12/SEC Challenge on Saturday.