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Often overlooked and not appreciated for what he did

Posted on: April 7, 2021 at 08:14:26 CT
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Willie Smith starred at the University of Missouri as a 6’2″ shooting guard where he earned All-America honors. Smith, nicknamed “Mister Magic”, averaged 25.3 points per game during the 1976 season as he led Mizzou to a Big Eight Conference basketball championship.

He was the Big Eight's leading scorer in 1976, and scored 43 points in a narrow loss to Michigan in the NCAA Midwest Regional championship game. He was MU's MVP, all Big Eight and all-district in each of his two seasons, and was an all-American as a senior.

He still holds six school records and scored more points (1,387) than any two-year player in school history. He's one of five Tigers who've had their number (30) retired.
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Often overlooked and not appreciated for what he did - Ace MU - 4/7 08:14:26
     Not by me. That Michigan game was extraordinary - samclemens MU - 4/7 09:10:00
          That's Before my time. Was that like the OK game in 2002?nm - Spartus MWSC - 4/7 09:35:55
     Not at all by older Tiger fans. - hoosierdaddy MU - 4/7 09:00:40
     RE: Often overlooked and not appreciated for what he did - CapeKevin MU - 4/7 08:31:48
          Here is highlights from that game and a bio I compiled - FIJItiger MU - 4/7 08:33:37
               What a fantastic summary - Ace MU - 4/7 09:26:31
     RE: Often overlooked and not appreciated for what he did - oldsoldier MU - 4/7 08:31:11




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