COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The University of Missouri will pay $80,000 to a search firm helping the university find a new men's basketball coach.
The Columbia Daily Tribune reports the university released details of its contract with the Parker Executive Search firm on Monday.
The fee doesn't include direct expenses, which are capped at $9,600. The contract also doesn't include costs for such things as committee travel and background investigations, which will be billed separately.