It was in year three that Mike Anderson’s Missouri team made the really big improvement. Year three was supposed to be the year at Arkansas, too.
The refrain from Razorback fans has been the same for a while now: “If Rotnei Clarke doesn’t want to play here anymore, send him on his way.” Some haven’t exactly said it that nicely.
We recently visited with Derek Ruscin, the host and producer of The Morning Rush on ESPN 96.3. After talking a little about the Razorbacks, Derek filled us in on where he thinks you can get “the best barbecue in this state.”
Four days after the press conference announcing the return of Mike Anderson as head basketball coach, there is still a buzz around Fayetteville this week.
Mike Anderson spoke to about 5,000 Razorbacks’ fans in Bud Walton Arena on Saturday, appearing publicly for the first time since leaving Missouri on Wednesday.
Mike Anderson has been named the University of Arkansas’ head men’s basketball coach it was announced by Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Jeff Long on Wednesday.