COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -Laurence Bowers scored a career-high 23 points, including 17 in the first half, to lead Missouri to a 89-61 win over Georgia on Saturday.
Missouri (11-3) used runs of 18-2 and 12-0 to race to a 46-28 halftime lead and Georgia (7-5) couldn't make a dent in the huge deficit the rest of the way. The Tigers shot 54 percent and forced 23 turnovers, including 16 steals.
Bowers was 11 for 14, including his third career 3-pointer.
Missouri scored 35 points off turnovers while committing only nine turnovers.
Marcus Denmon added 13 points off the bench, going 3 for 6 from 3-point range. Missouri reserves outscored Georgia's 54-16.
Trey Thompkins, Georgia's leading scorer with a 16.5-point average, scored only nine points in limited action due to foul trouble.
Travis Leslie led Georgia with 18 points.
Missouri has won 28 in a row at home, the third-longest streak in the country.
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