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April 25, 2014 12:57 PM

Missouri curators call meeting; Anderson says he hasn’t been offered MU basketball job

Missouri’s search for a new men’s basketball coach appears to be winding down, but the list of known candidates remains sparse. A 1 p.m. Monday meeting of the Board of Curators, likely to approve the contract of a new men’s basketball coach, has been called, but aside from Central Missouri coach Kim Anderson, Missouri athletic director Mike Alden’s list of candidates isn’t known. Anderson said Friday by text message that he has “not been offered the Missouri job. Still coaching the Mules.”

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