Saturday, July 26, 2014
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Missouri receiver Bracey suspended for Cotton Bowl

Reserve receiver Greg Bracey’s football career at Missouri appears to be over. The seldom-used senior wide receiver has been suspended for the Tigers’ Cotton Bowl game against Arkansas.

MU Coach Gary Pinkel confirmed that action Monday morning, citing “disciplinary reasons” as the reason for the move.

ESPN 'GameDay' crowd goes beyond Missouri and Oklahoma

SAN ANTONIO | With the Buckeyes back home watching their fate unfold with Saturday’s action, some Ohio State fans got antsy.

“I picked up the paper (Friday) morning and said, ‘You know what? I think I’ll go to a football game and cheer for the Buckeyes,” said John Diurba from University Heights, Ohio.

Tigers have been to Alamodome before

SAN ANTONIO | Missouri Coach Gary Pinkel walked into the Alamodome on Friday afternoon as if he’d been here before.

And he had, along with MU football stars Chase Coffman, Martin Rucker and Lorenzo Williams.

Thousands gather to rally for Tigers VIDEO

Missouri wins game but loses star safety

COLUMBIA | Chase Daniel completed his first dozen passes as No. 13 Missouri rolled to two first-quarter touchdowns. But the rest of the day the Tigers played no better than on even terms with now 1-8 Iowa State.

And though Missouri won 42-28, the team suffered a huge loss when safety Pig Brown was lost for the season.

KU, Big 12 in BCS pouncing position

Kansas is now one spot away from national championship position.

The Jayhawks rose to third in the latest Bowl Championship Series standing released today.

KU, MU rise in BCS, polls

Kansas and Missouri have muscled their way up the BCS standing. The Jayhawks are No. 4 and the Tigers No. 6.

The Jayhawks make the jump from No. 8 after crushing Nebraska 76-39 on Saturday. The outcome, coupled with losses by Boston College and Arizona State gave Kansas and Missouri room to move in the polls.

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