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Topic - Mike Alden
No sales pitch was necessary for Kim Anderson. The new Missouri coach has wanted this for a long time.
Missouri chose a familiar face as its new men's basketball coach Monday.
Missouri decided enough was enough.
University of Missouri athletics director Mike Alden says the school's initial response to news reports about the suicide of a former swimmer who had said she was raped more than a year before her death could have been handled better.
Missouri suspended football coach Gary Pinkel without pay for the final home game of the season Thursday and froze his salary for a year following his overnight arrest on suspicion of drunken driving.
Missouri has made it much more expensive for its new men's basketball coach to leave before his contract is up.
Frank Haith has heard the criticism that Missouri settled for a safe choice rather than a home-run hire for its new head coach.
Frank Haith is returning to the Big 12 as Missouri's head coach.
Billed as "The Fastest 40 Minutes in College Basketball," Missouri never quite became a must-see team in five seasons under Mike Anderson.
Missouri coach Mike Anderson's agent says he is negotiating a new contract with the school amid continued reports that Arkansas is also interested in hiring the architect of the "Fastest 40 Minutes in Basketball."
Athletic director Mike Alden said Anderson got a five-year contract with a base salary of $1.1 million and the total package worth more than $2 million per year.
"We had to have someone who was a proven winner," Alden said. "How about a person that's Missouri-made?"