While the Missouri basketball program moves on with new coach Cuonzo Martin, its old coach has apparently found a landing spot.
Kim Anderson, who was let go by Mizzou this month, will coach at Pittsburg State, according to Bill Pollock at The Missourinet.
— Bill Pollock (@missourisports) March 21, 2017
Pittsburg State is a Division II school in Pittsburg, Kan., that plays in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association along with Central Missouri, where Anderson won a national championship in 2013-14.
Anderson was 27-68 in three seasons at Mizzou, his alma mater. Anderson was asked to step down after going 8-24 this season.
Martin, a former Purdue standout and assistant coach, comes to Mizzou after three seasons apiece at Missouri State, Tennessee and California. The East St. Louis, Ill., native signed a seven-year deal for $21 million on Monday.