2009 Big 12 Men's Basketball Tournament

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2009 Big 12 Men's
Basketball Tournament
Classification Division I
Season 2008–09
Teams 12
Site Ford Center
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Champions Missouri Tigers (1st title)
Winning coach Mike Anderson (1st title)
MVP DeMarre Carroll Missouri
Post-Big 12
tournament(s)
2009 NIT, 2009 NCAA,
2009 CBI, 2009 CIT
Big 12 Men's
Basketball Tournaments
«2008  2010»

The 2009 Phillips 66 Big 12 Men's Basketball Championship was the 13th edition of the Big 12 Conference's championship tournament held at the Ford Center in Oklahoma City from March 11 until March 14, 2009. The University of Missouri Tigers defeated the Baylor University Bears 73–60 in the championship game to claim their first Big 12 Tournament title for Mizzou.

Regular season and tournament seeding[edit]

2008–09 Big 12 men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#14 Kansas 14 2   .875     27 8   .771
#7 Oklahoma 13 3   .813     30 6   .833
#9 Missouri 12 4   .750     31 7   .816
Kansas State 9 7   .563     22 12   .647
Texas 9 7   .563     23 12   .657
Texas A&M 9 7   .563     24 10   .706
Oklahoma State 9 7   .563     23 12   .657
Nebraska 8 8   .500     18 13   .581
Baylor 5 11   .313     24 15   .615
Iowa State 4 12   .250     15 17   .469
Texas Tech 3 13   .188     14 19   .424
Colorado 1 15   .063     9 22   .290
2009 Big 12 Tournament winner
Rankings from AP Poll

Tournament bracket[edit]

  First Round (March 11) Quarterfinals (March 12) Semifinals (March 13) Championship (March 14)
                                     
        
  1  Kansas (#11) 64  
    9  Baylor 71  
8  Nebraska 49
9  Baylor 65  
  9  Baylor 76  
  5  Texas 70  
        
        
  4  Kansas State 58
    5  Texas 61  
5  Texas 67
12  Colorado 56  
  9  Baylor 60
  3  Missouri (#14) 73
        
        
  2  Oklahoma (#6) 70
    7  Oklahoma State 71  
7  Oklahoma State 81
10  Iowa State 67  
  7  Oklahoma State 59
  3  Missouri (#14) 67  
        
        
  3  Missouri (#14) 81
    11  Texas Tech 60  
6  Texas A&M 83
11  Texas Tech 88  

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