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Baylor receiver Corey Coleman won't be on the field for the first half against Iowa State.
The Big 12 suspended Coleman for his hit on Kansas State cornerback Kip Daily in Saturday's 35-25 win in Manhattan.
Coleman's hit occurred early in the second quarter, but was not flagged by officials and he was not ejected. He would have missed the remainder of the game and returned against Iowa State if the play had resulted in an ejection.
Big 12 coordinator of officials Walt Anderson reviewed the play and ruled he should have been flagged for targeting, according to a release.
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