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New Missouri offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Derek Dooley is, in his own words, a glutton for punishment. What other explanation could... [Read More]
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For five years, Derek Dooley earned paychecks coaching at the highest level of professional American sports. Not only did Dooley coach in the NFL, the... [Read More]
Mizzou football coach Barry Odom discusses why he picked Derek Dooley to be the Tigers' new offensive coordinator. [Read More]
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Listen to Missouri's newly hired offensive coach. Video by Dave Matter... [Read More]
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Derek Dooley, the former head coach at Tennessee, has never been an offensive coordinator or quarterbacks coach. He will take on both positions for Mizzou. [Read More]
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New offensive coordinator Derek Dooley faced the fire during his opening press conference Friday, answering questions about his lack of experience running an offense, past... [Read More]
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Missouri introduced Derek Dooley, its new offensive coordinator, on Friday and he plans to tweak the Tigers' offense a bit from Josh Heupel's air raid-spread... [Read More]
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In one of the more surprising moves of the college football coaching carousel, Missouri named Derek... [Read More]
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Mizzou football and head coach Barry Odom introduced Derek Dooley as the new offensive coordinator today to the media. [Read More]
On Friday, Missouri coach Barry Odom introduced his new offensive coordinator in ... [Read More]
In this week's episode of the 'Eye on the Tigers' podcast, Mizzou beat writer Dave Matter and columnist Ben Frederickson set the stage for Mizzou-Texas... [Read More]
Newly hired Missouri offensive coordinator Derek Dooley agreed to a three-year contract paying him a guaranteed salary of $900,000, according to the memorandum of understanding... [Read More]
Derek Dooley, the Missouri Tigers' new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, will make $900,000 a year, the most by a Mizzou football assistant in school... [Read More]
Columnist Ben Frederickson writes: That sound you hear is cackling from Tennessee. The Southeastern Conference is slapping its knee over the Tigers' hiring of Dooley. [Read More]
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