Norfolk State Vs. Missouri Score Update: Spartans Looking To Pull Upset, Tied At Halftime

We shouldn't speak too soon, but there's some major upset potential on our hands in the 2012 NCAA Tournament. No. 15 seed Norfolk State took it to No. 2 Missouri in the first half, controlling things for most of the time. The Tigers rallied to tie the score at halftime at 38, setting up for an interesting second half.

Norfolk State is shooting 48 percent from the field for the Spartans, making their first NCAA Tournament appearance. Kyle O'Quinn leads the way with 14 points, while Pendarvis Williams added 11. Marcus Denmon led the Tigers with 14 points.

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For more coverage of Norfolk State in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, visit SB Nation D.C.'s NCAA Tournament Stream. For more coverage of the Tigers, visit Rock M Nation. Click here for a link to our NCAA bracket 2012.

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