Kendall Bradley joined the Mizzou Football coaching staff as an Offensive Analyst in 2013. He works primarily with the quarterbacks under the direction of Associate Head Coach/QBs Andy Hill.
Before coming to Mizzou, Bradley spent four seasons (2009-12) as an assistant coach at Baker (Kan.) University. He spent his final two seasons as the passing game coordinator, quarterbacks and wide receivers coach. His initially coached the receivers for two seasons.
In 2011, Bradley helped lead a Baker passing offense that ranked first in the Heart of America Athletic Conference and in the top 20 nationally in the NAIA. His quarterback, Jake Morse, led the HAAC in completion percentage, yards per game and efficiency and was named first-team All-HAAC and HAAC Co-Offensive Player of the Year in Bradley’s first season as his position coach. The Wildcats finished in the top 25 nationally in the NAIA during all four seasons that Bradley was on staff.
Bradley played quarterback at Baker 2004-08 and earned a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and a master’s in Management and Leadership.
A native of Rogersville, Missouri, Bradley and his wife, Jenn, reside in Columbia.