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Andy Reid reminisces on time spent at Mizzou


As the Kansas City Chiefs’ head coach preps for Super Bowl LIV, he is also reflecting on his time in Mid-Missouri.

Head Coach Andy Reid will be in the spotlight Sunday. He is the winningest head coach to never win a Super Bowl.

If he wins, he will be the first former Mizzou assistant coach to hoist the Lombardi Trophy as a head coach in the National Football League. 

Reid took a moment Thursday to reminisce about his time in Mid-Missouri. He said he’ll never forget the good times he had in Columbia, Missouri, where he was the offensive line coach at Mizzou from 1989 to 1991.

“Yeah, I loved my time in Columbia. The University of Missouri I hold close to my heart man that's a great place,” Reid said. “We weren't as good as we wanted to be, but we were on the rise when I was there. I had a chance to play Eric Bieniemy and the Colorado team and they cheated. It took them five downs to beat us."

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