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Missouri State at Oklahoma State 6 P.M. SATURDAY TV: None Radio: KXXY-FM 96.1 Long wait The last time Adarius Bowman appeared in a game was Oct. 10, 1994. Bowman hauled in two receptions for 76 yards, including a 46-yard, go-ahead touchdown reception in a win over archrival North Carolina State. He built a reputation for making big plays. His sophomore season, Bowman averaged 18.3 yards a reception. “He’s done this before against good caliber teams,” wide receivers coach Gunter Brewer said. “He’s done it as a freshman against Florida State. He’s done it as a sophomore against NC State. That’s when he was a young man. Now he’s grown up and matured physically.” Fumble issues?Bowman fumbled in the spring game. He had a couple of fumbles early during two-a-days. Brewer, who coached Bowman at North Carolina, said those plays are rare exceptions, not the rule. “He’s never had a problem with fumbles,” Brewer said. “The thing I’ve had to caution him about is to not make plays that aren’t there sometimes. He makes plays naturally. He has God-given talent. Good size. Good speed. I may have to hold the reins in on him a little to where he doesn’t try to overdo or overimpress.” By Mike Baldwin