COLUMBIA — David Yost had to stamp out his territory. Before he took the position as offensive coordinator for Missouri before this season, he had to share a hotel room with one of the team’s graduate assistants on the nights before games. As quarterbacks coach, he would use his seniority to get his preferences in the room.
Missouri assistant football coaches are familiar faces in new roles
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