Mississippi Athletic Director Ross Bjork is a Dodge City, Kan., native and Emporia State graduate, who spent six years at Missouri from 1997-2003, including the last two as an assistant athletic director for development. The Tigers have a slightly bigger budget than the Rebels and he’d be closer to home. But only Bjork knows if he wants to trade Ole Miss’ issues, including an NCAA investigation into the football program, for Missouri’s. Again, it seems like a lateral move.
Mississippi Athletic Director Ross Bjork is a Dodge City, Kan., native and Emporia State graduate, who spent six years at Missouri from 1997-2003, including the last two as an assistant athletic director for development. The Tigers have a slightly bigger budget than the Rebels and he’d be closer to home. But only Bjork knows if he wants to trade Ole Miss’ issues, including an NCAA investigation into the football program, for Missouri’s. Again, it seems like a lateral move. File photo by Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
Mississippi Athletic Director Ross Bjork is a Dodge City, Kan., native and Emporia State graduate, who spent six years at Missouri from 1997-2003, including the last two as an assistant athletic director for development. The Tigers have a slightly bigger budget than the Rebels and he’d be closer to home. But only Bjork knows if he wants to trade Ole Miss’ issues, including an NCAA investigation into the football program, for Missouri’s. Again, it seems like a lateral move. File photo by Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle

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