New Missouri offensive line coach A.J. Ricker (shown in his playing days in this 2003 file photo) dreamed of the day his alma mater would bring him home. Ricker spent five years at Missouri, blossoming into an All-Big 12 center and two-time captain, who made a then-record 47 consecutive starts. Now, Ricker is eager for the chance to give back to the Tigers.
New Missouri offensive line coach A.J. Ricker (shown in his playing days in this 2003 file photo) dreamed of the day his alma mater would bring him home. Ricker spent five years at Missouri, blossoming into an All-Big 12 center and two-time captain, who made a then-record 47 consecutive starts. Now, Ricker is eager for the chance to give back to the Tigers. File photo The Associated Press
New Missouri offensive line coach A.J. Ricker (shown in his playing days in this 2003 file photo) dreamed of the day his alma mater would bring him home. Ricker spent five years at Missouri, blossoming into an All-Big 12 center and two-time captain, who made a then-record 47 consecutive starts. Now, Ricker is eager for the chance to give back to the Tigers. File photo The Associated Press

A.J. Ricker eager to give back to Mizzou as new offensive line coach

August 05, 2014 07:38 PM

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