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Morning Sports Report - January 6, 2014

Sunday, Missouri State played the new comers to the conference in the Loyola Ramblers.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo--Sunday, the Lady Bears opened up conference play against the Wichita State Shockers The game being played at the Q where it was "We Back Pat Night" for Alzheimer's awareness in dedication to famous Vols coach Pat Summit. Both head coaches former players for the great coach Summit.

Lady Bears Kenzie Williams dishes it to Bry Snow with the finish. 43-39 Shockers. Then, Shockers Alex Harden dribbling and finds an opening for the take. 49-41 Wichita State. Lady Bears great ball movement on the extra pass to Bry Snow on the cut. That makes it 78-62 Shockers.

Jamillah Bonner crosses and scores for the Shockers as they start to pull away 84-64. Late in the game Shockers Jaleesa Chapel gets the steal and takes it the other way for the basket. Wichita State goes on to win it 98-68.

"Yeah, they are a tough team and they played tough the whole 40 minutes. That is something we needed to match today. We had spurts I think we just needed to play the whole 40 minutes as tough as they did," said Lady Bears guard Kenzie Williams. "You know, just disappointed we weren't competitive all the way through the end of that game. I thought we showed spurts that were good, thought we showed spurts that matched their toughness but we didn't do enough," said Lady Bears coach Kellie Harper.


 Sunday was day two of the NFL's wildcard weekend. The AFC West's San Ddiego Chargers on the road against the Bengals. Phillip Rivers and the Cchargers keeping their momentum from getting into the playoffs on the last day of the regular season. They top the Bengals 27-10 and play the Broncos this weekend. The 49ers win on the road by a field goal, 23-20. San Fran will play Carolina next.
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