COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) Missouri coach Kim Anderson has gotten a vote of confidence from athletic director Mack Rhoades.
Rhoades said Wednesday that he met with Anderson earlier in the week to share “expectations” for next season. Rhoades said Anderson got the job under difficult circumstances, with little talent left after Frank Haith left for Tulsa.
Anderson said he looks forward to the challenge of putting the school back on the map.
Missouri was 10-21 this season, losing its last five in a row. The school also admitted to NCAA violations dating to 2011 and banned itself from the postseason this year along with vacating all 23 wins from the 2013-14 season.