By STEVE MEGARGEE, AP Sports Writer
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Missouri quarterback Drew Lock wants to make sure he ends his college career with a positive memory.
As a growing number of NFL draft prospects opt against playing in bowl games to avoid the risk of getting injured, Lock savors the opportunity to join his teammates one more time when the 24th-ranked Tigers (8-4, No. 23 CFP) meet Oklahoma State (6-6) on Monday in the Liberty Bowl.
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