by Larry LeoDecember 3, 2012
After spending the past 12 seasons with Missouri's staff, offensive coordinator and assistant head coach David Yost has resigned for personal reasons, the school announced Monday. Yost said in a release through the school...
"First off, I want to thank Coach Pinkel for an amazing 17 years," "He has done so much for me and I'm just so grateful for the faith that he showed in me and all of the opportunities that he sent my way. I also want to thank Mike Alden for the support he has given me personally, and to our program. Mizzou is a special place, and I know that we're positioned to do great things going forward.
"There are a lot of factors that played into the process of coming to my decision. I feel like I've had a great run here and that it's just the right time to turn it over to someone else. On one hand, it's a really hard decision to make, but on the other hand, I feel good that it's the right decision at the right time for me.
"I'm going to miss our staff, they're like brothers to me, and not being around our players, that's hard to think about how tough that will be."
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