KANSAS CITY, Mo. When new Chiefs head coach Andy Reid was an offensive line coach for the Missouri Tigers from 1989-91, he was part of perhaps the most star-studded coaching staff in Missouri football history.
Bob Stull, then the Tigers head coach, had five assistants who later went on to be head coaches or assistants in the NFL. They were:
Reid, who was an assistant with the Green Bay Packers before becoming the Philadelphia Eagles head coach for 14 years.
Ken Flajole, who was Stull's defensive backs coach, was the defensive coordinator for the St. Louis Rams and now is secondary coach for the Saints.
Dirk Koetter, who also interviewed for the Chiefs head coaching job, was Stull's quarterbacks coach and now is offensive coordinator for the Atlanta Falcons.
Marty Mornhinweg, who was Stull's tight ends coach, was Reid's offensive coordinator with the Eagles after having been the Detroit Lions head coach.
And Dave Toub, who was Stull's strength and conditioning coach, has been...