February 11th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

As his department launches a public relations full-court press in response to the NCAA sanctions against his football, baseball and softball teams, Missouri athletics director Jim Sterk met with local media on Monday for about 40 minutes to discuss the recent penalties and the school’s looming appeals process. Sterk and Andy Humes, MU’s executive associate AD for compliance, pulled back the curtain on how parts of the process have unfolded. A lot of what they discussed was detailed in the NCAA Committee on Infractions report, but this was MU’s chance to share their interpretation and opinions on the ruling. Sterk stressed that Mizzou’s angst isn’t with the NCAA per se – or even the NCAA enforcement staff that MU’s compliance department worked with closely during the past two years. Sterk and Humes indicated that MU and the NCAA enforcement staff worked well together while uncovering evidence for the case. – Dave Matter, hendersonvillestandard – Read More

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