Mike Anderson, best known today by the majority of supporters of college basketball as head coach of the men's basketball team at the University of Missouri, which is also commonly referred to as simply Mitsu or MU. Coach Anderson received praise from fans Columbia, Missouri, for leading the basketball program for the season after victories in the NCAA tournament after the 2008-2009 season and the 2009-2010 basketball season.
In addition to what has been a proven winner on the basketball court, Anderson won the hearts of the faithful fans of MU Tigers for its constant commitment of fidelity to the university. In March 2009, Mike signed a contract with MU on a contract extension, and is reported to have refused to even more lucrative offer from the University of Georgia the Southeastern Conference (SEC).
In spring 2010, a similar concern arose when the University of Missouri fans were afraid again that they can lose their successful basketball coach due to poaching efforts of other colleges. During scare scary school was the University of Oregon, which is partly due to the huge resource, awarded the University a local of Nike, has reportedly offered coach Andersen significant increase in wages to move to the Pacific Northwest and coaching the University of Oregon Ducks in the Pacific Conference 10 (Pak 10 ). Coach Anderson decided to politely convey an offer from Oregon Daksh and keep extending the contract commitment, which he signed with the "Missouri Tigers," March 31, 2009.
Long before becoming a hot commodity in the world of Basketball Coaches Division I, Mike, born in 1959, grew up in Alabama, where on his own ceremony was a state high school basketball player. After high school, Anderson played for the famous basketball coach Nolan Richardson (who eventually won the national championship with the University of Arkansas in 1994) at the University of Tulsa. The duo of Mike Anderson and coach Richardson won the NIT championship together in 1981.
After graduating from the University of Tulsa in 1982. Anderson spent three seasons as an assistant coach at his alma mater, and if the head coach Nolan Richardson moved to the University of Arkansas in 1985, Anderson followed the example and served as an assistant there for 17 years. In 2002, Mike Anderson took over as head coach in the city where he was born in Birmingham, the University of Alabama or ASB. After four very successful seasons in the CRS Anderson took over as head coach in the Great Conference 12, University of Missouri, where he was with the 2006-2007 season.