Haith, who coached at Miami from 2004 to 2011, was suspended for “failure to promote an atmosphere of compliance” over inconsistencies in his explanations of a loan given to a former booster by a Miami assistant coach.
The news of Missouri coach Frank Haith's five-game suspension for "failure to promote an atmosphere of compliance" during his time at the University of Miami sparked confusion from sportswriters nationwide.
Miami's three-year dance with the NCAA is over, all for a couple of paltry scholarships, the final payment for a decade of allowing the football and basketball programs to run amok.
The 2014 Southeastern Conference preseason poll was released Wednesday.
With Kentucky once again leading the way, the football powerhouse Southeastern Conference is trying to reclaim that status in hoops after a mostly desolate postseason.
A Gold team led by Earnest Ross and Jabari Brown won 63-61 at Mizzou Arena in the annual Black and Gold Scrimmage.
Missouri's women's basketball joins new and old faces and looks toward the next few weeks of games.
After sitting out last season due to NCAA transfer guidelines, Jordan Clarkson is ready to fill Phil Pressey’s shoes.
Former Missouri basketball player Laurence Bowers, who was not chosen in Thursday's NBA Draft, will try earn a place in the NBA with the Memphis Grizzlies.
The former Missouri basketball player now plays for the Detroit Pistons.
The NCAA women's basketball committee will meet next week in Nashville, Tenn., site of the 2014 Final Four, to discuss the recommendations.
The schedule, announced Monday by the Tigers, features games against Southern Illinois, West Virginia and North Carolina State.
Southeastern Conference schools agreed to send their nonconference schedules to the league office for evaluation and possibly renovation.
Whether it's basketball in the NBA or overseas, Laurence Bowers, the first scholarship basketball player in Missouri history to earn a master's degree, is prepared to take the next step.
The 2013 matchups include West Virginia at Missouri on Dec. 5.
Missouri coach Frank Haith filed his case Monday, saying he wanted bank employees interviewed and any relevant evidence preserved after it was discovered last October that someone accessed his records.
The Tigers are scheduled to compete against Nevada and Northwestern, among other teams, Nov. 28 and 29 in Las Vegas.
Morgan Eye is one of 31 student-athletes invited and will attend the tryouts. The final team will consist of 12 members, and training camp will begin on June 25.
A court petition filed Monday by Frank Haith's lawyer and acquired by CBS Sports says Bank of America allowed unauthorized access to Frank Haith's bank account during the time the NCAA was investigating the University of Miami, where Haith used to coach.
Former Missouri women's basketball associate head coach Randy Norton, who had been on coach Robin Pingeton's staff for the past 10 seasons, has accepted the head coaching position at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.