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Auburn survives scare from Missouri in first game at No. 1
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) K.D. Johnson scored 17 points, including five straight within the final 90 seconds, and No. 1 Auburn survived a scare from Missouri, winning 55-54 on Tuesday night in the program's first-ever game as the nation's top-ranked team.
Johnson converted a three-point play with 1:29 remaining to put Auburn ahead 53-51, then added a layup with 45 seconds left for a four-point advantage, and the Tigers (19-1, 8-0 Southeastern Conference) held on from there.
"We weren't having a great offensive game in the last few minutes, and I was just trying to make a play for my team," said Johnson, a 6-foot sophomore guard. "I came through in the clutch."MORE
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