Murray State Racers

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On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross and "The Voice of the Racers" Neal Bradley preview the Racer football season and take an in-depth look at MSU's first two opponents: Illinois and Missouri State.

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Update 2/19: Visitation for Bennie Purcell will be held at the Burton Family Hall of Champions at Murray State University (adjacent to the CFSB Center), Saturday, February 27, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. 

Former Murray State University basketball star and tennis coach Bennie Purcell has died. Purcell was 86.

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Heading toward the end of this college basketball season, the Murray State Racers hold a 12-11 record (6-4 OVC). “The Voice of the Racers” Neal Bradley speaks with Tracy Ross on the team's last few games and offers some insight on what to expect going forward.

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The Murray State Racers Men's Basketball Team has played several games since the last time Tracy Ross checked in with "voice of the Racers" Neal Bradley. They won one game by 15 points and lost the other three by very close margins. On Sounds Good, Bradley recaps recent games and looks head at some games that they should win statistically, however, with the loss of Brion Sanchious due to a torn ACL, they'll have to do some strategic positioning.

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A Murray State University football player is suspended after being arrested for a string of out-of-state burglaries. 

According to MSU Athletics, Racers running back Roman Clay, 20, is suspended from all team-related activities while he faces charges in his hometown of Millersville, Pennsylvania.  

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"Voice of the Racers" Neal Bradley predicted the struggles for this years' Racers team would come early before they start picking up the wins. They started off 5-2 and had a bit of a rough stretch, but record-wise they're about where he thought they'd be without having had a solid road game. On Sounds Good, Bradley updates his prediction, saying the best Racer basketball is coming in February, when some of the freshmen players will start to break out. He recaps the recent games a looks ahead with Tracy Ross. 

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As we head into the holidays, some of the recent Racer Men's Basketball games haven't ended up so festive, but "Voice of the Racers" Neal Bradley says the best is still yet to come for this team. He says 5-5 is about right at this time in the season. Some of the wins weren't against teams he expected the Racers to beat and some of the losses weren't expected either. He speaks with Tracy Ross on Sounds Good, recapping some of the recent games and a look ahead at the last games of 2015 and the first of 2016, as OVC play begins with three home games.

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After several games, the Murray State Racers Men's Basketball team is finding ways to win through good defense, despite struggling offensively. On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross speaks with "Voice of the Racers" Neal Bradley about the beginning of their season, catching up on the last several games. Bradley says they will need to find different ways to score and play with more offensive confidence. 

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 Murray State University football player Zeke Pike has been dismissed from the team after he was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs, possession of marijuana and resisting arrest.

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 Some Murray State University men’s and women’s basketball players will receive a $3,400 stipend this school year to use as they wish.

The NCAA's power conferences passed legislation earlier this year allowing Division I schools to give their student athletes stipends to meet the full cost of attendance, which includes anything the student needs beyond tuition, housing and textbooks.

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