Steve Stipanovich and the best-shootin' curator Missouri's ever had.
The board is scheduled to meet June 16 and 17 to vote on a budget for the year that begins July 1 and to hold a meeting of the Presidential Search Committee. Sundvold, Nelson and Voss, as interim appointments, will have full powers as curators to vote on all matters and participate in the search committee meeting. Graham, who does not have a vote during curators meetings, is also a member of the search committee with full voting powers.
Sundvold, president and founder of Sundvold Financial, was an All-American basketball player for MU from 1979 to 1983. He played in the NBA for nine years and serves as a color analyst on the SEC Network for Tiger basketball games. Sundvold is a member of the university's Athletic Hall of Fame and was named an outstanding alumnus in 2009 by the MU Alumni Association. He is a Republican.
In which I talk myself into pods:
At the 50-minute mark or so.
Quick Odom Q&A
Q: Do these camps benefit the athletes?
Odom: "I think there’s a fine line, without question. If you take away some instruction today that made you a better football player, which I think, without question, guys walk away and they’re better today, right now, than they were three hours ago. But also, I look at it – I was a high school coach not too long ago – and I look at the opportunity, if you’re going and doing 18 of these camps, well, then you’re not maybe working out with your team. So the process of getting" together with "your team, there’s a fine line there, and I want to be respectful of that, as well."
Track & Field update:
Pro softballers update:
$3,934.39. We're one-third of the way there. Go! Go! Go! Go!