Found April 28, 2014 on Fox Sports Kansas City:
ST. LOUIS -- Mizzou announced Kim Anderson as its new basketball coach on Monday afternoon and Twitter exploded with the news and reaction. Anderson, who played at Missouri under Norm Stewart and later worked under Stewart as an assistant, had been the coach at Central Missouri for the past 12 seasons. Here's a sampling of what some former Tigers players, some Central Missouri players and Missouri high school coaches said about the hiring: Current player Ryan Rosburg was pleased to see a hire from within the Mizzou family. Kim English and Laurence Bowers, both of whom played for both Mike Anderson and Frank Haith at Mizzou, were quick to endorse the new coach. Former Tiger DeMarre Carroll offered his take as well. The University of Central Missouri congratulated Anderson on his new job. Several of the players Anderson coached at Central Missouri, where the Mules won a Division II national championship last season, weighed in as well. The hiring looks to be a hit with some of the high school coaches throughout the state who have gotten to know Anderson over the years. You can follow Nate Latsch on Twitter (@natelatsch) or email him at 

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According to 247Sports, former Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham will likely transfer to FCS program Eastern Illinois University to continue his football career. Green-Beckham was dismissed from the Tigers football program on April 11 after a string of legal incidents. He would be eligible immediately at EIU. Green-Beckham was the No. 1 overall prospect in the 2012 247Sports...

New Missouri Basketball Coach Kim Anderson: “I’m Not Going Anywhere. I’m Here.”

Losing a coach to Tulsa was a definite shock to the system for Missouri, so it shouldn’t be too shocking that they kept it in the family when looking for his replacement. Newly hired coach Kim Anderson is a Missouri alumnus, and was previously a Tigers assistant under Norm Stewart. With his background, it seems like a safe bet that he will stick around for a while. Anderson has...
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