The University of Missouri fired head coach Barry Odom Saturday morning.

After four years of leading Mizzou, Odom finished 25-25 overall, including 13-19 in SEC play. That’s just not going to cut it, and the Tigers moved quickly despite Odom’s team beating rival Arkansas Friday afternoon.

Missouri started red hot at 5-1 in 2019; however, it finished just 6-6 on the season. The Tigers will not play in a bowl game due to the NCAA upholding the ban.

So, where will Missouri turn now? It needs a somewhat splashy hire to inject some recruiting momentum into the program. Missouri isn’t Texas or Florida, and it will have to go out of state to reel in prospects.

CBS SportsLine has released the initial odds for the job. Leading the odds is Boise State head coach Bryan Harsin. Former Tigers offensive coordinator Josh Huepel is also included on the odds, as is FAU head coach Lane Kiffin.

The Early Signing Period is just a couple weeks away, and we expect Missouri to move rather quickly.