Sesay out for season

Missouri found out it lost one of its receiving leaders Saturday. Victor Sesay, a junior college transfer tight end, suffered an injury to his right knee and will miss the rest of the season. Find out the details along with new information about the Tigers' game against Kansas State on Nov. 22.

Colorado took the penalty, but Missouri took the bigger loss.

Missouri tight end Victor Sesay is out for the rest of the season after a Colorado player illegally hit him in the third quarter of Missouri's 21-16 loss to the Buffaloes on Saturday.

Missouri coach Gary Pinkel said Monday that Sesay suffered a patella tendon injury on the hit, and he had surgery Monday. He will not be available for four to six months. Sesay would not comment after Saturday's game and was not available for comment Monday.

Sesay, a junior college transfer, caught a 17-yard touchdown pass earlier in the game, and he had 15 catches for 154 yards to go along with three touchdowns on the season. Clint Matthews will take his spot as the second tight end.

* The rest of Missouri's game will be on television. The Big 12 announced that Missouri's game against Kansas State on Nov. 22 will be at 6 p.m. on TBS Superstation, a national broadcast.

The Tigers' next game, Saturday against Texas A&M, is on Fox Sports Net at 11 a.m. and the final game against Iowa State on Nov. 29 is on ABC at 1:30 p.m.

Missouri will have eight televised games this season, a school record. The Tigers already played games against Illinois, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas Tech on television.


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