56 fouls were called during the MU-KSU game on Saturday. The homestanding Mizzou Tigers upset the then 11th ranked K-State Wildcats 74-68 with a great comeback in the second half after being down most of the first half. Here is a link to Jason Whitlock's take on the game. I have thought all season that Missouri was the most battle tested of all the local teams, and a win in a knock-down drag-out like this game is the proof of that testing.
As a result of the losses, Kansas fell to no. 3, and Kansas State to no. 12. Missouri did not quite crack the top 25 yet. Texas was voted no. 1 with Kentucky no. 2. Baylor moved into the top 25 at no. 22. To me, the polls are not that important, other then a very fuzzy way of comparing the teams.
Now, on to the heart of the conference schedule. What will make a difference, both in the conference and come NCAA seeding time: Who can win a conference road game against a tough opponent? (Pics from the Kansas City Star)