Kansas City Star

Exhibition game with William Jewell is an olive branch from Missouri coach Kim ...
Kansas City Star
It was early May, maybe a week after Kim Anderson was hired for his dream job as the Missouri men's basketball coach and fewer than six weeks after he led Central Missouri to the 2014 NCAA Division II men's basketball championship. Anderson scrolled ...
Kim Anderson is readyThe Maneater
Missouri men's basketball kicks off exhibition at Hearnes CenterColumbia Missourian
Bello eager to suit up for Missouri in exhibition openerColumbia Daily Tribune
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Kansas City Star

Missouri's Kim Anderson adjusts to world of Division I basketball
Kansas City Star
After taking the bus to each and every road game during his time with the Mules, Missouri chartered a plane to deliver Anderson and several Tigers players to the SEC's Media Day, where it was announced that the team, which is one of the youngest in the ...
Mizzou hoops welcomes new talented faces in 2014Sedalia Democrat
Missouri basketball picked seventh in the SECKTVO

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Kansas City Star

Missouri opens men's basketball season with 72-31 exhibition win over William ...
Kansas City Star
The exhibition matchup was the first time Missouri coach Kim Anderson led his squad against an opponent. The Tigers survived a cold-shooting first half, though they were never really threatened by William Jewell. Clark — who led Missouri with 14 ...

Kansas City Star

Exhibition basketball: Missouri 72, William Jewell 31
Kansas City Star
In their first game under new coach Kim Anderson, the Missouri Tigers men's basketball team defeated William Jewell College 72-31 in an exhibition game on Wednesday in Columbia. Wes Clark led Missouri with 14 points and added seven rebounds.

Columbia Missourian

Anderson deals with early adversity for Missouri
Jefferson City News Tribune
Anderson wasn't afraid to be frank about the situation he inherited at Missouri. He said he didn't blame his players for being apprehensive about the current state of the program, he didn't sidestep when asked to name concerns he has about his team ...
Anderson sees potential in young TigersColumbia Daily Tribune
Missouri men's basketball coach uses rapport to his advantageColumbia Missourian
Kim Anderson: "We need to establish what we are"STLtoday.com
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Home, sweet Hearnes for Anderson
The Maneater
Missouri basketball coach Kim Anderson picked up a ball off the rack during warmups for the team's practice at the Hearnes Center on Monday. With a hop in his step, Anderson took the ball to the rim for a layup. It was a scene familiar in the building ...

The Maneater

Missouri Black and Gold game: The Kim Anderson Era begins
Rock M Nation (blog)
Kim Anderson can also bring the hammer down if necessary when a player fails to live up to the ideals that he has set for a Missouri student athlete, dismissing Torren Jones and disciplining Jakeenan Gant and D'Angelo Allen after an off campus dust up ...
Deuce Bello jumps over head coach Kim Anderson in Mizzou dunk contest ...NBCSports.com
Bello wins Black and Gold dunk contestThe Maneater (blog)

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Anderson trying to reset the standards
Columbia Daily Tribune
The last time we saw the Missouri basketball team play a game, it was bowing out of the NIT with a loss to Southern Mississippi. If that defeat was a little dent in the image of the Tigers, it was nothing compared to the season's epilogue: a game of ...

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Brad Anderson pledges nonpartisanship if elected Secretary of State
The event was organized by iVote, a group dedicated to electing Democratic secretaries of state, and featured Democratic secretaries Jason Kander, of Missouri, and Mark Ritchie, of Minnesota, alongside Anderson. Despite the straight-ticket ...
Minnesota & Missouri Secretaries of State campaign with Democrat seeking the ...Radio Iowa

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New York Times (blog)

Killing Bloody Bill
New York Times (blog)
Beginning in June 1864, William T. Anderson and his band of Confederate guerrillas had raised hell all over central Missouri, burning and killing with abandon. Finally, on Oct. 26, just outside of Albany, Mo., they ran into the 33rd Infantry, Enrolled ...

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