Kim English and Michael Dixon had 20 points each as 10th-seeded Missouri took advantage of 19 Clemson turnovers in an 86-78 win. Missouri shot 52 percent from the field. Demontez Stitt had 21 for Clemson, but the Tigers couldn't hold on to the ball. Clemson actually controlled the backboards, but 14 steals by Missouri did in the Tigers.