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Morning Sports Report - November 26, 2013

Missouri State basketball coach Paul Lusk will have to wait until today to know the full extent of the injuries to two of his Bears.
Missouri State basketball coach Paul Lusk will have to wait until today to know the full extent of the injuries to two of his Bears.
Both senior Keith Pickens and sophomore Marcus Marshall suffered knee injuries within two minutes of each other.
Keith Pickens went down first with about nine minutes left in the first half.
The redshirt senior has a history of knee issues.
Then a few minutes later marshall went down in obvious pain.
Both underwent MRI's today, and team doctor's will read those images tomorrow.
The Bears host Liberty tomorrow night at 7pm at The Q.


Both Mizzou and Arkansas tipped off Thanksgiving holiday tournaments yesterday.
In Columbia, the Tigers got a career high 24 points from Jabari Brown and beat Indiana University-Purdue Univesity Indianapolis,  78-64.
Mizzou goes to Las Vegas to play northwestern on Thanksgiving night.


The Arkansas Razorbacks are in Hawaii playing in the Maui Invitational.
The Cal Bears beat Arkansas 85-77.
The Razorbacks got a career high 21 points from Michael Qualls.
Arkansas will play Minnesota this afternoon at 1pm in the next round in Maui.

Arkansas picked up a recruit who will be on campus next sememester.
Bolivar quarterback Rafe Peavey signed his letter of intent this afternoon after leading the Liberators to their best football season in school history.
The 6-foot-2 quarterback will complete his courses this semester at Bolivar, and enroll at Arkansas.
Peavey led the Liberators to a 12-and-one record and the class four state quarterfinals.
In his senior season, Peavey contributed nearly 4,000 yards of total offense and 43 touchdowns.
"There are several benefits to it, but the main reason for me is going down there and learning the playbook from coach Chaney," Peavey says.  "The SEC is one of the best conferences in the country and just getting physcially prepared and mentally prepared.  The great coach staff there with coach Bielema and coach Chaney.  And the fan base there and the facilities.  The state really cares about football there."


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