as mentioned in Missouri announced Sunday that they have asked Kim Anderson to step down as head coach, following the SEC Tournament this week.
With Anderson now gone, where could Missouri turn?
Anderson played for Missouri from 1973-1977 and helped lead DII Central Missouri to a national championship before he moved onto his alma mater in 2014.
Here is a list of seven potential candidates:Denny MedleyDenny Medley-USA TODAY Sports
He leaves with 26-67 record overall with just an 8-46 mark in SEC play.
Kim Anderson stepping down as Missouri head basketball coach
Missouri head men’s basketball coach Kim Anderson is stepping down from his job, the school announced Sunday.
His .280 winning percentage is the worst of any head coach in Mizzou’s history.
“Missouri is a special institution to my family and I, and I am grateful for having had the opportunity to serve as the head coach at my alma mater,” Anderson said in a statement.
Anderson is likely to coach the team during this week’s SEC Tournament, according to multiple reports.
All but one were unable to get beyond the tournament’s second round, and the 2012 tournament team lost as a No.
referring to Mizzou Athletics announced Kim Anderson will step down as Mizzou Men’s Basketball coach at the end of the 2016-2017 season.
“This decision has been very difficult for me personally because of the tremendous respect I have for Kim,” Mizzou Athletic Director Jim Sterk said in a statement.
The Kim Anderson Era has been plagued by losing seasons, player turnover, self-imposed sanctions from NCAA violations under former coach Frank Haith.
The school’s report on the investigation stated two boosters gave impermissible benefits to Mizzou players and recruits.
Soon after, he accepted the Mizzou Men’s Basketball job after Frank Haith left for Tulsa.
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