The plane is registered to an LLC that has Edward Fryar Jr. listed as an officer in its filing with the secretary of state. An Edward Fryar Jr. of Rogers was appointed to the board of trustees earlier this year.
I cannot confirm that is the plane being used by Yurachek and Fagg, but its takeoff from Rogers does line up with when they likely would have left, the day after the Missouri game. And, of course, the stops line up with where we believe candidates are located.
If this is the plane being used to conduct interviews, it would be following a similar pattern that Yurachek and Fagg established in April when they interviewed multiple basketball coaches in multiple states over multiple days. In April they interviewed Steve Forbes in Iowa, made a stop in Minneapolis where the Final Four and coaches convention were being held that week, then flew to Reno to speak with Eric Musselman and to Los Angeles to presumably speak with Steve Alford.
A few other things worth noting, but that could be coincidental:
• Appalachian State played its regular season finale Friday. The plane was near the App State campus on Saturday.
• Dan Wolken of USA Today reported that Yurachek and Fagg were in Boca Raton on Sunday, when that plane was in Boca Raton.
• Bruce Feldman reported Monday that Tulane’s Willie Fritz was “pretty hot in some coaching searches,” but did not state which ones. That plane was in New Orleans on Monday.