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Potential candidates for Missouri men's basketball job are plentiful

Friday, April 18, 2014 | 6:00 a.m. CDT; updated 1:47 p.m. CDT, Monday, April 21, 2014

*CORRECTION: Tim Miles is the head men's basketball coach at the University of Nebraska. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated his name.

COLUMBIA — College basketball expert Jeff Goodman of ESPN provided a laundry list of potential replacement candidates on his Twitter account for Missouri men's basketball coach Frank Haith. Here is a more in-depth look at those possible candidates and what they could bring to the table for the Tigers.

Mike White, 37, Louisiana Tech (74-31 at La. Tech)

2013-14: 29-8 (National Invitation Tournament)

2012-13: 27-7 (NIT)

2011-12: 18-16

Other notes: Named Louisiana Major College coach of the Year by Louisiana Association of Basketball Coaches for the 2013-14 season.

White has three years of head coaching experience. He was previously an assistant at Ole Miss (2004-11) and assistant (2000-03) at Jacksonville State (2000-03). He was then promoted to associate head coach (2003-04). White also played at Ole Miss (1995-99).

Archie Miller, 35, Dayton (63-38 at Dayton)

2013-14: 26-11 (Reached NCAA tournament Elite Eight)

2012-13: 17-14

2011-12: 20-13 (NIT)

Other notes: Coached as assistant at Western Kentucky (03-04), North Carolina State (04-06), Arizona State (06-07), Ohio State (07-08) and Arizona (09-11); played at North Carolina State (98-02).

Goodman wrote on Twitter: “My gut says that Miller won’t have interest — as was case with Marquette.”

Craig Neal, 50, New Mexico (27-7 at New Mexico)

2013-14: 27-7 (Reached second round of NCAA Tournament)

Other notes: Was an assistant for the NBA's Toronto Raptors, Iowa (04-07) and New Mexico (07-13); played at Georgia Tech (84-88) and for the NBA's Portland Trailblazers (88-89), Miami Heat (89) and Denver Nuggets (91).

Tim Miles*, 49, Nebraska (34-32 at Nebraska; 313-250 overall)

Nebraska

2013-14: 19-13 (Reached second round of NCAA Tournament)

2012-13: 15-18

Colorado State

2011-12: 20-12 (Reached second Round of NCAA Tournament)

2010-11: 19-13 (NIT)

2009-10: 16-16 (College Basketball Invitational)

Other notes: Coached as assistant at Northern State (89-95) and head coach at Mayville State (95-97), Southwest Minnesota State (97-01), North Dakota State (01-07) and Colorado State (07-12). Played at University of Mary (85-89).

Kim Anderson, 58, University of Central Missouri (274-94 at UCM)

2013-14: 30-5 (Division II National Championship)

2012-13: 22-8

2011-12: 19-8

2010-11: 18-11

2009-10: 27-4

Other notes: Central Missouri has been three-time Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association conference champion and the MIAA tournament champion under Anderson. He was named the 2014 Division II coach of the year.

Anderson was born in Sedalia (Smith-Cotton H.S.) and coached as assistant at Missouri (1982-85 and 91-99) and Baylor (1985-91). He played at Missouri (1973-77) and for the Portland Trail Blazers (1978-79).

Supervising editor is Sean Morrison.


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