Sports – Wednesday, November 13th

| November 13, 2013
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>>Chiefs’ Bowe Arrested For Pot Possession

(Kansas City, MO)  —  Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe is facing drug charges after being arrested last weekend.  After being pulled over for speeding, Riverside Police used a canine to find three containers of pot in the vehicle.  Bowe was released on 750-dollars bond.  He’s due in court December 18th.

>>Chiefs Back At Practice Today

(Kansas City, MO)  —  The Chiefs return to practice today as they game plan for Sunday night’s key matchup at Denver.  KC is coming off its bye week and leads the AFC West at 9-and-0.  The Broncos are just a game back at 8-and-1.  Peyton Manning will play for Denver despite an ankle injury.

>>Kickoff Changed For Chiefs, Broncos December Rematch

(Kansas City, MO)  —  When the Chiefs and Broncos rematch at Arrowhead Stadium December 1st, the game will start later that originally planned.  The NFL is moving the kickoff from noon to 3:25 p.m.  The Patriots-Texans matchup that day has been moved into the earlier time slot instead.

>>Kansas Holds Off Duke At Champions Classic

(Chicago, IL)  —  Andrew Wiggins posted 22 points with eight rebounds as sixth-ranked Kansas pulled away late for a 94-83 win over number-four Duke in Chicago.  Perry Ellis finished with 24 points and nine boards for the Jayhawks, who moved to 2-and-0.  The Jayhawks are now off until next Tuesday when they host Iona.

>>Mizzou Rolls Past SIU

(Columbia, MO)  —  Jordan Clarkson netted 31 points to lead Missouri in a 72-59 win over Southern Illinois last night from Mizzou Arena.  Jabari Brown added 17 points and seven rebounds as Mizzou moved to 2-and-0.  The Tigers play Hawaii at the Sprint Center on Saturday.

>>Kansas State Hosts Oral Roberts Tonight

(Manhattan, KS)  —  Kansas State is on its home floor tonight.  The Wildcats host Oral Roberts at Bramlage Coliseum at 7 p.m.  K-State is looking to bounce back after dropping its season opener 60-58 to Northern Colorado last Friday.  The Golden Eagles beat Tulsa in their first game.

>>Mizzou Footballers Up For Awards

(Columbia, MO)  —  A pair of Missouri football players are candidates for major awards.  Michael Sam is on the watch list of 18 players for the Ted Hendricks Award as the nation’s best defensive end and left guard Max Copeland is up for the Burlsworth Trophy as most outstanding walk-on.

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