Anderson leaves with a 26-67 record over his three years as the team’s head coach.
The Tigers have dropped a program record 34-consecutive true road games.
The win snapped a 13-game losing streak, which was tied for the worst losing streak in school history.
As the Kim Anderson era winds to a near-certain close, the program is searching for answers.
As the Tigers continue to lose games, Missouri fans question coach Kim Anderson’s future with the team.
Searching for answers to their early season struggles, the Tigers have to beat Illinois and Lipscomb to get their season back on track
The Tigers didn’t score a field goal for the final 8:32, but they defeated the Hilltoppers 59-56.
To keep his job, Anderson needs to prove he can teach a young Missouri men’s basketball team how to grow together.
St. Louis Eagles president Tim Holloway: “One would say from the outside looking in that something is going on.”
Terrence Phillips: “Strength and conditioning has been times 40. That’s no exaggeration.”
UNC coach Roy Williams: “The toughness that you saw in Norm, his team adopted that.”
According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Gant is interested in Georgia, Georgia Tech and Clemson.
Mack Rhoades: “In the coming days Coach Anderson and I will review the season in greater depth and discuss any suggested changes that could benefit the program moving forward.”
The freshmen class provided Missouri’s lone bright spot in what was a dismal season.
Missouri’s underclassmen gave glimpses of what they could become in the future.
Coach Kim Anderson: “These guys have worked really hard. They were unbelievably ready to play tonight.”
Brad Loos: “This is a little girl that of the 10,000 here, 9,500 probably have never met her."
Assistant coach Brad Loos: “You couldn’t have scripted this day any better than how it went today.”
Rosburg hands in first career double-double in loss.
In front of 4,734 fans, the lowest number all year, Mizzou was able to ignite a late second half splurge of perimeter baskets, but it ultimately wasn’t enough.