The first political challenge Tim Wolfe encountered in his rise to the top position of the University of Missouri System came not in a boardroom but on a football field.
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For Wolfe, his one season as a starter came with great pressure. The Bruins returned virtually every starter from a team that a year earlier had gone 9-0 but was kept from the playoffs by the state’s convoluted points system.
“It was basically the same team,” said Tim Jamieson, who backed up Wolfe and is now the baseball coach at Missouri. “The one exception was the quarterback spot.”
Monday, December 19, 2011
New UM President played high school ball with Tim Jamieson
♦ Taking the reins comes naturally (columbiatribune.com)