Reports: Missouri hires Sean Gleeson as offensive analyst

Missouri is reportedly hiring a former offensive coordinator to join the team as an analyst.

According to Pete Thamel of ESPN, Sean Gleeson is joining head coach Eli Drinkwitz’s staff following the Tigers’ ascension to their highest College Football Playoff ranking in program history ending the season at No. 7.

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Gleeson spent last season as an offensive analyst at Northwestern.

Prior to his one-year stint with the Wildcats, Gleeson was an offensive coordinator in the Big Ten and Big 12 conferences.

Gleeson was offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Oklahoma State in 2019 when the Cowboys averaged 32.5 points and 453.9 yards per game.

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He then took the same roles at Rutgers from 2020-22.

Gleeson also has coaching experience at Fairleigh Dickinson-Florham and Princeton, both of which he oversaw quarterbacks and the position of offensive coordinator. From 2013-16, Gleeson served as Princeton’s running backs coach.