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The Missouri Tigers have taken their search to the Sunshine State to try and land a talented Tight End to their 2013 football recruiting class.It looks like they will get the chance sway the pass catcher on an official visit.
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The Missouri Tigers football program will be looking for a new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach as longtime OC David Yost has decided to resign today from his position.
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Missouri offensive coordinator David Yost has resigned, effective immediately.
The university said Monday that Yost cited personal reasons for his resignation.
Yost has been an assistant under coach Gary Pinkel for 17 years, the last 12 at Missouri. He said in a statement that several factors led him to conclude it was the right time to move on.
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David Yost, Mizzou’s offensive coordinator, has decided to step down from his position according to Bleacher Report’s Barrett Sallee.
Missouri OC David Yost steps down citing personal reasons, effective immediately.
— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) December 3, 2012
Yost is citing personal reasons. The fact that Missouri didn’t do very well in the SEC this year could have...
Fort Zumwalt South and Missouri Tigers 2013 running back commitment Chase Abbington shares his thoughts about his recruitment, how his official visit to Mizzou went, and how his future as a running back in college.