Mike Anderson is best known for most college basketball fans as head coach of the men's basketball team at Missouri University, often referred to as Mizzou or simply MU. Coach Anderson received praise from the neighbors of Columbia, Missouri based college driving basketball program for the season NCAA Tournament wins after both the 2008-2009 season and the 2009-2010 basketball season
In addition to the proven winner on the basketball court Anderson won the loyal MU Tigers fans' hearts and universal honors. In March 2009, Mike signed a contract with the MU and allegedly refused the yet profitable bid of the South East Conference (SEC) University of Georgia.
In the spring of 2010, there was a similar concern when fans of the University of Missouri were afraid of losing their successful basketball coach with the violence of another college. During the scare of 2010, the threatening school was the University of Oregon, partly due to the donation of huge resources by local Nike to the university, offering Coach Anderson a significant wage increase for the Northwest Pacific, and the University of Oregon Ducks at Pacific 10 (Pac 10) Conference. Coach Anderson has chosen to politely hand over the Oregon Kacsa bid and remains committed to the contract extension signed on March 31, 2009 with the Missouri Tigers.
Long time ago Source of World Class I Basketball Coaches Mike, born in 1959, grew up in Alabama where he was a regular high school basketball in his own ceremony. After high school, Anderson was now well-known basketball coach Nolan Richardson (who eventually won the national championship at Arkansas University in 1994) at Tulsa University. Mike Anderson and Coach Richardson won the NIT championship in 1981.
In 1982 at Tulsa University, Anderson spent three seasons as assistant coach in apple mater and when he moved to college in Arkansas in 1985, Anderson followed suit in 1985 and served as Assistant for 17 years. In 2002, Mike Anderson accepted the leading coaching position in the city, where he was born shortly in Alabama Birmingham or UAB. After four extremely successful seasons, UAB Anderson accepted the Head Coaching position at the Big 12 Conference at the University of Missouri, where he has been in the 2006-2007 season.