Pulley suspended indefinitely

When Randy Pulley wasn't anywhere in the building Saturday, it certainly raised some eyebrows. After Saturday's game, Quin Snyder explained Pulley's suspension.

Missouri coach Quin Snyder has suspended point guard Randy Pulley indefinitely for missing Thursday and Friday's practices leading up to Saturday's game against Kansas State.

Pulley was not in the building Saturday for Missouri's 63-52 win, and Snyder could not say when Pulley would return to the team, but it won't be Monday night at Kansas.

"We have to focus on Kansas right now, but we'll talk to Randy and resolve whatever needs to be resolved next week," Snyder said.

Pulley had played only two minutes in the Tigers' past two games, the first two minutes against Nebraska on Jan. 24. He didn't start or play in Wednesday's game against Colorado. He has averaged 1.6 points and 2.3 assists in the 11 games he has played.

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