Frank Haith finally had his ideal lineup on the court. It just took him seven games, and three losses, in the Southeastern Conference season to make his vision a reality. For the first time since the team’s Dec. 22 game against Illinois, Missouri had its ideal rotation able to play Saturday, Haith said in his postgame news conference. The difference maker for Missouri (16-5, 5-3 SEC) early in the game wasn’t one of the starters, however. It was Earnest Ross, who turned in a season-best game against his former team. The junior guard scored 23 off 5-of-6 shooting behind the 3-point line to help the Tigers top Auburn (8-13, 2-6 SEC) 91-77 Saturday at Mizzou Arena.