Mizzou point guard Randy Pulley has been declared eligible to play. Though the university won’t publicly comment on the hang-up, the problem was believed to center around whether a few credits he earned at Barton County (Ks.) Community College were transferable. Pulley has been kept out of exhibition and regular season games and was prohibited from traveling with the team since November 10. Even thought he could play on Saturday at Indiana, the coaching staff has decided to hold him out until after final exams. Pulley will make his Tiger debut on December 21st, when Mizzou hosts UNC-Greensboro. Pulley began his career at Saint Louis University before playing at BCCC last year.