After averaging 13.8 points a game along with a 48% shooting percentage in his sophomore season at Ball State, Jarron “Boogie” Coleman decided to leave his home state of Indiana and transferred to Missouri. In a disappointing 12-21 season in Columbia, Coleman’s offensive statistics took a step back, posting an average of 8.6 points on 36% shooting.

To make matters worse, the coach who recruited him to Columbia was fired just a day after the season ended. While fans had been speculating the coaching change all season, it wasn’t something Boogie saw coming.

  • 2022 Spring Advanced Reporting. Missouri men's basketball beat writer. Expected graduation in May of 2022. Feel free to email me at and follow my Twitter @MattBrolley1.

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