As the rumors started to trickle out Wednesday afternoon that Missouri had extended an offer to Califorinia head coach Cuonzo Martin, the Mizzou fan base began to voice its three year dormant opinion. Continue reading
The worst three-year period in Missouri basketball history will conclude this week in Nashville, TN at the SEC Tournament and the Tigers already know that a new coach will be at the helm next season. Continue reading
Things got a little heated as Missouri and Georgia were both making their way to the tunnel at halftime of their game in Athens, GA on Saturday. Continue reading
The former Mizzou basketball star talks about his time playing for Norm Stewart & Kim Anderson and weighs in on the current state of the program. Continue reading
You may not be aware that Missouri and Illinois will once again renew their once infamous “Braggin’ Rights” rivalry for the 34th consecutive year this Wednesday night at 6:00 on ESPN U. Continue reading
Michael Porter Jr, the second-ranked basketball player in the class of 2017 has recently trimmed his list of potential schools down to five. Continue reading
Coming off Missouri’s latest loss to a sub-.500 Arkansas team, there may not be a lot of hope for the Tigers to get another win this season. Despite all the problems associated with the Mizzou basketball program (and there have been many), it is time for Missouri Athletic Director Mack Rhoades to publicly voice his support for head coach Kim Anderson. Continue reading
The Missouri Tigers were finally able to manage a victory in SEC play this past Saturday as they defeated Tennessee 75-64. The win snapped a 9 game losing streak and gave the Tigers a second conference win which equals the amount of conference wins that the team had a year ago. Despite the victory, questions still remain with regards to the future of the program under head coach Kim Anderson who has struggled mightily trying to get things turned around.
Former Mizzou guard Jarrett Sutton discusses Missouri basketball, the SEC/Big 12 Tournaments and the likelihood of Kentucky running the table.
According to ESPN’s Jeff Goodman, highly sought-after small forward Montaque Gill-Caesar will re-classify to the 2014 recruiting class and will attend the University of Missouri. Continue reading