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Mizzou to partner with professional firm to improve athletic department



The University of Missouri Board of Curators announced Tuesday plans to work with Huron, a global professional services firm, to help identify areas where Mizzou can further invest in athletics excellence.

The partnership will cost the University $540,000 and will provide an assessment of the current state of resources and infrastructure that support Mizzou Athletics, while also outlining a roadmap for how the board can enhance support.

“The landscape of college athletics has evolved rapidly in the last couple of years due to changes like Name, Image and Likeness, and conference expansion,” said Darryl Chatman, Board chair and former MU football player.

Huron will issue the results of the full review and recommendations in Fall 2023. 

Huron has conducted work for other programs such as Vanderbilt, Rutgers, Pitt and San Diego State.

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