clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

The Missouri AD search might move pretty quickly, and a new, serious candidate has emerged

Here are today's Mizzou Links.

Mizzou Tigers pennant What's On


video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player

Mizzou Tigers pennant Night at the Zou was ... fruitful!

And it sounds like the commits might not be finished yet.

The Trib: Night at Zou gives Odom, staff chance to sell their program


PowerMizzou: Daniel Parker makes early decision

Borom & Ford:

PowerMizzou: Tigers add size and speed

Post-Dispatch: Mizzou football lands two pledges during recruiting event

ABC 17: Mizzou lands two verbal commitments at Night at the Zou

The Trib (Blake Toppmeyer): Texas WR Roderick Ford commits to MU's 2017 class
The Trib (Blake Toppmeyer): Michigan OL Larry Borom commits to MU's 2017 class

One got away

Four-star Tennessee RB Chase Hayden attended Night at the Zou but chose Arkansas.

Mizzou Tigers pennant The latest on the AD search

Post-Dispatch: Sundvold not part of MU chancellor's AD search committee

The Trib: MU announces five-person advisory committee for AD search

KC Star: MU interim chancellor forms search committee for new athletic director

The most interesting tidbit of the weekend came yesterday:

I don't really understand this -- you've got a really good interim and 26 other positions to fill, so I was more than happy to let this process take a while, especially since there are benefits to having an interim. Alas.

Wolken, meanwhile, has uncovered a new (and potentially serious candidate):

Frazier was hired in the fall of 2013 and was a chief fundraiser at Wisconsin before that. I have no idea what he has done at NIU since both the football and basketball coaches were hired before he took the main role, but he's apparently a hot name in the AD community.

Mizzou Tigers pennant Checking in on Mizzou Basketball

Post-Dispatch: All in a day's work for Mizzou basketball

Mizzou Tigers pennant Checking in on the new Baseball staff

The Trib: Missouri assistant baseball coach happy in new role