COLUMBIA - For three weeks, the Missouri football team lost its usual weekly routine. With a Friday game at Nevada, a bye week and a Thursday game against Nebraska, complications ensued. The team's rigid routine, with each practice and meeting serving a specific purpose and coming on a specific day of the week leading up to the game, was lost. Coaches reminded players to go to the correct classes each day because their football schedule and class schedule no longer matched up.
"I think I almost woke up one time, I just didn't know where I was supposed to go," safety Kenji Jackson said.
The Tigers play at 8:15 p.m. Saturday at Oklahoma State.
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