“You know, this has been a tough year,” first-year Missouri coach Kim Anderson said Wednesday night after the Tigers’ season-ending 63-54 loss to South Carolina in the SEC Tournament in Nashville, Tenn. “Anytime you don’t win games, it’s a tough year. We have had our share of issues. We have had our share of challenges. I think that it will be good for us to step away for, not for a long time, but a week or so and maybe get our batteries recharged, both as players and as coaches.”
“You know, this has been a tough year,” first-year Missouri coach Kim Anderson said Wednesday night after the Tigers’ season-ending 63-54 loss to South Carolina in the SEC Tournament in Nashville, Tenn. “Anytime you don’t win games, it’s a tough year. We have had our share of issues. We have had our share of challenges. I think that it will be good for us to step away for, not for a long time, but a week or so and maybe get our batteries recharged, both as players and as coaches.” Mark Humphrey The Associated Press
“You know, this has been a tough year,” first-year Missouri coach Kim Anderson said Wednesday night after the Tigers’ season-ending 63-54 loss to South Carolina in the SEC Tournament in Nashville, Tenn. “Anytime you don’t win games, it’s a tough year. We have had our share of issues. We have had our share of challenges. I think that it will be good for us to step away for, not for a long time, but a week or so and maybe get our batteries recharged, both as players and as coaches.” Mark Humphrey The Associated Press

Missouri coach Kim Anderson tries to be upbeat after Tigers’ season-ending loss

March 12, 2015 12:48 AM