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COLUMBIA, S.C. • The Missouri men’s basketball game at South Carolina originally scheduled for Saturday has been tentatively moved to Sunday. The game had to be postponed when Friday's snowstorm prevented the Tigers from traveling to Columbia, S.C.

Shortly before Mizzou's flight was set to leave Columbia Regional Airport a commercial flight slid off the runway, causing the airport to shut down the runways. As of Friday night, Mizzou planned to fly out of Kansas City on Saturday morning. 

As long as MU's traveling party can reach Columbia, S.C., the game will tip off at noon St. Louis time at Colonial Life Arena. The teams will announce a final decision on the rescheduled game on Saturday.

Missouri (9-4, 0-1) is coming off Tuesday's 24-point loss to Tennessee in its Southeastern Conference opener. South Carolina (7-7, 2-0) struggled during nonconference play but upset Florida and Mississippi State to open its league schedule.

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