Mack Rhoades timeline at Missouri
Key events at Missouri during Mack Rhoades’ 15 months on the job in Columbia:
March 9, 2015: Mizzou hires Rhoades away from same job at the University of Houston.
Nov. 7, 2015: Tigers football team announces a boycott ahead of BYU at Arrowhead Stadium.
Nov. 9, 2015: Missouri System President Tim Wolfe and MU Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin resign amid racial unrest.
Nov. 13, 2015: Football coach Gary Pinkel announces plans to retire at season’s end.
Dec. 3, 2015: Rhoades promotes defensive coordinator Barry Odom as Pinkel’s successor.
Jan. 13: Mizzou announces self-imposed sanctions on men’s basketball team amid NCAA investigation.
Jan. 28: Quarterback Maty Mauk dismissed from MU football team.
March 9: MU announces intent to retain men’s basketball coach Kim Anderson.
May 7: Softball team announces protest of investigation into coach Ehren Earleywine’s alleged verbal abuse of players.
June 11: Baseball coach Tim Jamieson resigns after missing fourth straight NCAA postseason.
July 1: Rhoades introduces ex-Southeast Missouri coach Steve Bieser as new baseball coach.
Wednesday: Rhoades’ tenure at MU ends as he leaves Mizzou for the same job at Baylor.