Mike Anderson Road at The University of Arkansas

Posted by Zotta Rendevouz

Mike Anderson, the officials of the road at the University of Arkansas on Wednesday about the position of the open head coaching school and will probably accept the offer, ESPN College Basketball insider Andy Katz reported on Wednesday.

40/29 News of Northwest Arkansas also reported that Arkansas was scheduled to start Anderson.

Anderson, who undoubtedly expand the range of his contract with the Missouri and Arkansas in the interest of fun, had no immediate public comment on the situation. No comments at the University of Missouri. Anderson is likely to see a substantial increase in salary, where does coach next fall.

Anderson's name was mentioned as a possible candidate before coaching Arkansas John Pelphrey shot at the end of a disappointing season.

Anderson was an assistant coach under former Arkansas coach Nolan Richardson, the Razorbacks won the championship in 1994.

Anderson led the Tigers to three NCAA tournament appearances, including the loss of the Elite Eight in 2009. The Tigers qualified for the tournament this year, but lost to Cincinnati and finished a disappointing 8-8 conference record.

Anderson's contract had to obtain permission from the University of Missouri before interviewing another coaching job. It was unclear whether the school had granted every request. The Missouri Board of Commissioners made no statement on the situation after a meeting scheduled for Tuesday in Rolla.