Missouri no longer has a full-time chancellor as Alexander Cartwright has left the school for another job.

Cartwright was announced as the new president of UCF on Friday.

If previous history is any indication, don’t be surprised if you hear the AAC school brag about this “win” over an SEC school for a few more years.

Cartwright had been the chancellor of Missouri dating back to 2017.

“I’m excited about the opportunity to be a part of a university that looks like the future of America,” Cartwright said via release from UCF. “This is an opportunity to build on a metropolitan research university with an ecosystem of industry partnership and a diverse student body of almost 70,000 students. That to me is extremely exciting.”

Mizzou will now be on the market for the school’s next chancellor following this news.