Mizzou pylon

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ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Mizzou will not be playing in a bowl game this season, even if they were to qualify with a win against Arkansas this week. 

The NCAA reportedly denied the University of Missouri's appeal on its postseason ban Tuesday, ending a process that had gone on for 10 months. 

In January, the NCAA banned the school's football, baseball, and softball programs from any postseason appearances for one year. 

READ: NCAA hits Mizzou athletics with postseason ban

The ban came after a tutor testified they had done course work and other assignments 12 student athletes. 

Along with the postseason ban, the athletic department was punished with scholarship reductions and restrictions on recruiting. 

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