Found January 31, 2013 on STLSportsMinute:
Missouri Tigers head basketball coach Frank Haith was on top of the world last year.  He was the head coach of one of the most surprising teams in college basketball and had all of these talented transfers coming into the program that were suppose to take Mizzou to new heights this season.    This season had all of the expectations of a run at the national title, but instead it is bringing Frank Haith back down to reality.  Last year, he could rely heavily on the seniors and Phil Pressey, this year the seniors are gone and it seems like he cannot reign in Phil Pressey.   Yes, Frank Haith is a good recruiter, but this season might be proving that he isn’t the best game manager. Phil Pressey is a fabulous point guard and a future NBA player, but his shot selection and lack of assists in the last couple of games is really hurting this team.   It is up to the head coach to be able to coach the player and get the best out of each and every player.  He is not doing that right n...

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