Found March 04, 2013 on STLSportsMinute:
The Missouri Tigers will host the Arkansas Razorbacks in what promises to be an emotional basketball game for several reasons. It is senior night at Mizzou arena and Tigers' fans will be saying goodbye to seniors Laurence Bowers, Alex Oriakhi and Keion Bell. Mizzou fans will also be saying hello to former head coach Mike Anderson in person for the first time since he left Mizzou abruptly to take the reigns at Arkansas. Anderson's return to Columbia has been highly anticipated ever since Missouri bolted from the Big 12 Conference and joined the SEC. The match-up was inevitable at that point and Mizzou fans will likely be seeing Anderson back at Mizzou Arena for years to come. Many are unsure of what type of reception Anderson will receive from Mizzou fans on Tuesday night. It has only been two years since Anderson left and feelings are still hurt among many of the Mizzou faithful. Anderson was deceitful during his last few days as head coach of the Missouri Tigers and the w...
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