Anderson Introduced As Mizzou’s 18th Basketball Coach
Kim Anderson met a crowded room of media, supporters and fans at the Reynolds Alumni Center Tuesday morning.
Anderson signed a five-year deal that will pay him a guaranteed $1.1 million dollars per year with incentives that can raise his annual compensation to more than $2 million annually.
“This is my dream job. I’m Missouri through and through,” Anderson told the throng of media, former players and Tiger Boosters.
Missouri’s Director of Athletics Mike Alden said “We wanted someone who was a proven winner, how about someone who’s [also] Missouri-Made and Mizzou-made.”
Anderson played for and coached under Norm Stewart as well as lead the University of Central Missouri to Division II National Championship.
Hear Anderson’s full comments below:
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