Mike Anderson fired from Nebraska

Nebraska was 30-25 this year and was just 9-17 in conference play under Mike Anderson. Anderson went 337-196-2 over nine seasons as the head coach at Nebraska. Today he was relieved of his coaching duties at Nebraska and Athletic Director Tom Osborne released a statement discussing the change.

Mike Anderson, the head coach for the Nebraska baseball team, and the rest of the coaching staff were fired today. The entire staff was removed just a day after beating Missouri two times this weekend.

"I appreciate the efforts of Mike Anderson and his coaching staff, but I have made the decision to change the direction of our baseball program," Athletic Director Tom Osborne stated in the release by Nebraska.

"Mike has done an outstanding job with our baseball program academically, and he enjoyed outstanding success on the field early in his head coaching career here at Nebraska. I want to thank him for all of his hard work and everything he has done for our baseball program."

Nebraska was 337-196-2 under Anderson the past nine seasons. However, Anderson was just 30-25 and went 9-17 in conference.

Bryan Munson has worked with Big Red Report for nine years, covering recruiting and football. His work can also be seen in Scout.com's SuperPrep Magazine with Allen Wallace
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