After throwing sanctimonious shade at Musselman for having fun on social media, Vols assistant Kim English did something he instantly regretted.
Today, Mike Anderson gave his first interview with Arkansas media since he was fired as the Hogs head coach in March 2019. In his interview with radio host Josh Bertaccini, he would get around to talking up Madison Square Garden and his new program, St. John’s, as expected. But... Read more
In the weeks since the coronavirus pandemic shut down college basketball, Mike Anderson has binge watched a few series. He’s watched all of the edgy crime drama “Ozark,” which made him recall trips to the Lake of the Ozarks where he said “I probably ran into all of the... Read more
Nearly one year after leaving Arkansas, Mike Anderson’s streak of never having a losing season lives on. At the start of this past season, the former Arkansas head coach played up his ties to Nolan Richardson and had some self-deprecating fun with his inability to get his Hogs to... Read more
UPDATED For Arkansas fans, Mike Anderson and Duke will be forever linked through the 1994 NCAA National Championship game. On one side, Anderson helped Nolan Richardson coach Arkansas to the biggest win in Razorback basketball history. On the other side, Duke guard Jeff Capel scored 14 points, turned the... Read more
Just four days after the Razorback basketball program announced that Gabe Osabuohien had been dismissed, the 6’8″ small forward has found a new home. Osabuohien today Tweeted he will play for Bob Huggins at West Virginia. Huggins, the Mountaineers head coach, unleashes the most stylistically similar program to the... Read more
So no, the fit isn’t as jarring as what Eddie Murphy’s crown prince character, Akeem Joffer, experienced when coming to New York City for the first time. But’s still pretty shocking all the same. Mike Anderson, after eight season as the head Razorback basketball coach, is heading to New... Read more
It was a game Arkansas had no business winning. At first blush, the final numbers seem insurmountable. On the road, against a red-hot No. 19 LSU squad, the Hogs were out-rebounded by 22, shot 25 fewer free throws and turned the ball over 18 times. “You look at the... Read more