COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) _ A Missouri reserve receiver is suspended
and will not play in the Tigers' Cotton Bowl game against Arkansas.
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel confirmed the suspension of wide
receiver Greg Bracey on Monday for disciplinary reasons. The move
appears to bring Bracey's football career at Missouri to an end.
Bracey caught three passes this season for 53 yards, but none
since the fourth non-conference game against Western Illinois. He
played in 11 of Missouri's 13 games in an 11-2 season. Bracey
caught two passes, including one for 37 yards and a touchdown,
against Ole Miss.
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