Missouri added insult to upset against No. 11 Oklahoma.
In a game featuring a festering feud between coaches, Missouri held off the Sooners, 80-72, Tuesday night."What was it about? Ask Norm. He started it," Oklahoma coach Billy Tubbs said.
"Last year he attacks my manager and trainer. Now I guess he's working up to coaches. Ask him about it," Tubbs said. "I respond the same way I'm treated. But he got his way tonight. What does he want? He got his way."
Stewart got in the last shot and so did his team as Missouri beat Oklahoma at home for the sixth straight time.
"Billy had given me a pleasantry some time earlier in the ballgame," Stewart said. "He kind of lost control, it seemed to me. Just an exchange of pleasantries. He got his in in the first part and I got mine in at the end."
Doug Smith had 31 points and 14 rebounds as Missouri overcame a seven-point halftime deficit. Anthony Peeler added 19 points, and the Tigers are 7-0 since he returned from first-semester academic problems.
Missouri (10-4, 3-0 in the Big Eight Conference) gave Stewart his 200th conference victory. Jeff Webster scored 22 points for Oklahoma (13-3, 2-1).
No. 2 Arkansas 93, TCU 73
Todd Day and Lee Mayberry led an early burst as Arkansas won its 13th straight game.
The Razorbacks made 13 of their first 17 shots in taking a 48-23 lead. Day, who had scored at least 20 points in a school-record 11 consecutive games, finished with 19 and Mayberry had 16.
No. 10 St. John's 85, Providence 79
Malik Sealy scored 35 points as St. John's rallied in regulation and won in overtime.
The Redmen trailed by as many as 11 points early in the second half, and were behind in overtime after a basket by Eric Murdock, who scored 31 for Providence. Chucky Sproling scored five of his 10 points in overtime and gave St. John's the lead for good with 2:22 to go.
No. 20 LSU 90, Alabama 80
Mike Hansen scored 24 points and Shaquille O'Neal emerged in the second half as LSU pulled away for its first victory in Tuscaloosa since 1981.
O'Neal sat out most of the first half with two fouls and only four points as the Tigers took a 44-35 edge. He led LSU to a 22-point lead midway in the second half and finished with 16.
No. 25 Seton Hall 71,
Boston College 62
Gordon Winchester and Jerry Walker sparked a late spurt as Seton Hall won at Boston College.
The Pirates trailed by five points with 12 minutes left before outscoring BC 13-0 during a span of 4:40. Winchester and Walker got four points apiece during the spurt.