If you watched Missouri last week, you knew they were struggling. Offensively, defensively, everything was a mess.
The bonus, if you were looking for one, was that these struggles unfolded against good teams. Butler moved into the top 25 this week, and Oklahoma is a top-40 team in KenPom. Undoubtedly, stepping up the level of opponents played a role.
Then on Tuesday, 313th-ranked Charleston Southern walked in the door. Fresh off a 10-point win over the 351st-ranked Delaware State and with losses by 35 points to Southern Utah and 44 points to Furman, the Buccaneers handed Missouri an 8-point loss on their own floor.