GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Chris Chiozza notched the first triple-double of his career, finishing with 12 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists, and No. 24 Florida dominated woeful Missouri 93-54 on Thursday night.

Chiozza joined the exclusive club when he dished to Devin Robinson for a 3-pointer with 31 seconds remaining. Equally impressive: The Gators tied a school record by winning their third consecutive game by at least 30 points.

Coming off lopsided victories at LSU (106-71) and at Oklahoma (84-52), Florida wasted no time putting Mizzou in a huge hole. The Gators led 12-2, 18-3, 30-6 and 48-18 in the first half while building a 31-13 rebounding advantage. Coach Mike White's team did little wrong for the third straight outing and looked more than ready for No. 8 Kentucky on Saturday night.

The only suspense was whether Chiozza would join Nick Calathes and Corey Brewer in Florida's recent triple-double club. Calathes and Brewer are the only Florida players to accomplish the feat since 1997.

Canyon Barry scored 17 points to lead Florida. KeVaughn Allen added 15, and Kasey Hill chipped in 11 points.

Terrence Phillips led Missouri with 14 points as the Tigers reached the halfway point to SEC futility.

Mizzou lost its 13th in a row — tying the longest streak in program history — and its 14th straight in league play. The Tigers also lost their 31st consecutive road game.

The last team to go winless in SEC play was Georgia Tech in the 1953-54 season. Missouri looks capable of joining the Yellow Jackets, especially considering five of its last six losses have been by double digits.

White should get a better feel for his team against the Wildcats. The Gators had a lengthy team meeting after losing to Vanderbilt in Gainesville and have been on a tear since.

The last time they won three in a row by 30 points was in 2006, but those came against Western Kentucky, Prairie View and Chattanooga — and with help from three future NBA lottery picks who won back-to-back national championships. Al Horford, Corey Brewer and Joakim Noah also helped Florida accomplish the feat in 2004 against Sam Houston State, Eastern Kentucky and Georgia Southern.

BIG PICTURE

Missouri: The Tigers have a young team that includes six sophomores and four freshmen — and remain on NCAA probation — but what they did at Florida has to be concerning for third-year coach Kim Anderson. They were overmatched from the opening tip and showed little, if any, fight after digging a huge hole early.

Florida: The Gators are hard to figure out. They rebounded well following those lackluster performances against South Carolina and Vanderbilt, but are winless in four games against ranked teams (Gonzaga, Duke, Florida State and the Gamecocks). That makes Saturday's game against the Wildcats that much more important for White's team.

UP NEXT

Missouri hosts Arkansas on Saturday. The Tigers' conference losing streak started against the Razorbacks nearly a year ago.

Florida hosts Kentucky on Saturday, a game that will be featured on ESPN College GameDay.

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