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NCAA reverses course on college football satellite camp ban

The satellite camp free-for-all is back on in college football after the NCAA Division I Board of Directors on Thursday rescinded a rule that was passed by the Division I Council earlier this month. The decision opens the door for first-year Missouri coach Barry Odom and his staff to fan out across the country on the recruiting trail this summer for the first time since joining the Southeastern Conference, which had previously limited programs and coaches’ appearances to on-campus clinics.

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Barry Odom on sharing a hometown with Blake Shelton 01:05

Barry Odom on sharing a hometown with Blake Shelton

Barry Odom on Mizzou's QB competition extending into the fall 01:08

Barry Odom on Mizzou's QB competition extending into the fall

Michael Sam on why he opposes SJR39 01:10

Michael Sam on why he opposes SJR39

Mizzou QB Drew Lock pleased with spring game performance 04:04

Mizzou QB Drew Lock pleased with spring game performance

Mizzou pitcher Tanner Houck on the pressure of being a top prospect 02:28

Mizzou pitcher Tanner Houck on the pressure of being a top prospect

Former Missouri Student Association president reacts to Spike Lee's documentary '2 Fists Up' 04:26

Former Missouri Student Association president reacts to Spike Lee's documentary '2 Fists Up'

Former Missouri linebacker Kentrell Brothers breaks down his Pro Day 05:45

Former Missouri linebacker Kentrell Brothers breaks down his Pro Day

Missouri wrestler J'den Cox relishes national title, looks forward to bigger things 07:22

Missouri wrestler J'den Cox relishes national title, looks forward to bigger things

Hear from MU All-Americans Lavion Mayes and Daniel Lewis 01:49

Hear from MU All-Americans Lavion Mayes and Daniel Lewis

Mizzou's J'den Cox looks forward to 197-pound final 04:22

Mizzou's J'den Cox looks forward to 197-pound final

Mizzou's Willie Miklus wants to keep having fun 04:01

Mizzou's Willie Miklus wants to keep having fun

Mizzou's Daniel Lewis happy to be an All-American 01:04

Mizzou's Daniel Lewis happy to be an All-American

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Barry Odom on sharing a hometown with Blake Shelton

Mizzou football coach Barry Odom says he used to be on the welcome sign in his hometown of Ada, Okla., until he was replaced by country music superstar Blake Shelton.
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Barry Odom on sharing a hometown with Blake Shelton 01:05

Barry Odom on sharing a hometown with Blake Shelton

Barry Odom on Mizzou's QB competition extending into the fall 01:08

Barry Odom on Mizzou's QB competition extending into the fall

Michael Sam on why he opposes SJR39 01:10

Michael Sam on why he opposes SJR39

Mizzou QB Drew Lock pleased with spring game performance 04:04

Mizzou QB Drew Lock pleased with spring game performance