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Morning Sports Report - September 12, 2017

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After a big win, a certain college quarterback is apologizing for his actions after the game. And with the home opener this weekend, Bears coach Dave Steckel has strong words for his team after two losses to open the season. Here's your Tuesday morning Sports Report.

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After a big win, a certain college quarterback is apologizing for his actions after the game. And with the home opener this weekend, Bears coach Dave Steckel has strong words for his team after two losses to open the season. Here's your Tuesday morning Sports Report.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12453/7084614?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Tue, 12 Sep 2017 10:08:00 +0000 Morning Sports Report - September 12, 2017 After a big win, a certain college quarterback is apologizing for his actions after the game. And with the home opener this weekend, Bears coach Dave Steckel has strong words for his team after two losses to open the season. Here's your Tuesday morning Sports Report. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12453/7084614?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KOZL SPRINGFIELD, Mo--The Missouri State Bears are coming home. In our Bear nation report, after two straight road games, Stec's troops will open the home portion of the schedule Saturday against Murray State. And Missouri State is still looking for its first victory of the season. After a confidence boosting effort at Mizzou, the Bears stumbled at North Dakota. The 11th-ranked Fighting Hawks shutout the Bears 34-nothing. North Dakota racked up 526 yards of offense against the Bears defense. Stec says every aspect of the Missouri State team needs to improve if they're to beat the Racers. "Everything has to be corrected. They have a sense of urgency. Because I don't know about them, but I'm tired of being 5 and whatever," Steckel says. "I'm tired of losing. And I think what hurt the kids a little bit is that they were getting patted on the back for getting our butts spanked in the first game. And that was a loss. I'm tired of giving out ribbons and trophies it's time to win. They better feel my urgency." ------------ The Oklahoma Sooners moved up to number two in this week's Associated Press top 25. This after OU's 31-16 win at Ohio State. But that's not what everyone's talking about. They're talking about Sooner quarterback Baker Mayfield planting the OU flag in the middle of Ohio State's field. The Ohio State fans and players were not too happy about that. Mayfield had a big game, completing 27 of 35 passes for 386 yards and three touchdowns. Monday, the senior said he was sorry. "It was an emotional game. So after the game, I did not mean for it to be disrespectful towards any Ohio State people at all. Especially not the team or the players. I just got caught up in the emotional win. Yea it should have been something I did in the lockerroom. I apologize for doing it in the middle of the field." ---------- In Ozarks prep sports, boys high school soccer Monday night with New Covenant Academy paying a visit to Parkview. And it was scoreless late in the first half, the Vikings center the ball to Collin Miller who shoots and scores it's 1-nothing. Seconds later, Parkview's Henry Smith steals the ball, passes it to Chance Levings, he splits the defense, shoots and scores it's 2-nothing Vikings. And Parkview goes onto win 5-nothing. ------------ In Major Leagues Baseball, the Royals lost to the White Sox, 11-3 St. Louis had the night off.




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