“I embrace the opportunity to lead this program, and I don’t take one second for granted, representing the guys that were here long before me to get Missouri where it is today,” Barry Odom said of his first three weeks as the Tigers’ head football coach.
“I embrace the opportunity to lead this program, and I don’t take one second for granted, representing the guys that were here long before me to get Missouri where it is today,” Barry Odom said of his first three weeks as the Tigers’ head football coach. File photo by L.G. Patterson The Associated Press
“I embrace the opportunity to lead this program, and I don’t take one second for granted, representing the guys that were here long before me to get Missouri where it is today,” Barry Odom said of his first three weeks as the Tigers’ head football coach. File photo by L.G. Patterson The Associated Press

Barry Odom reflects on a whirlwind first three weeks as Missouri’s football coach

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