Missouri coach Mike Anderson isn't going to Oregon.

Multiple sources told FOXSports.com -- and Missouri spokesman David Reiter confirmed that Anderson had spurned interest from the Ducks.

"It's certainly flattering anytime another university notices what your program is accomplishing and when I was approached by Oregon, I decided to listen, but it was simply with my family in mind," Anderson said in a statement. "All that quick conversation did was reaffirm that Missouri is home to us."

Anderson, 50, met with Oregon's Pat Kilkenny -- who is spearheading the search to replace Ernie Kent -- in El Paso, Texas, on Thursday night.

Missouri went to the Elite Eight two years ago and was 23-11 this past season and lost in the second round of the NCAA tournament.

Anderson has also signed one of the nation's top recruiting classes -- one that includes lightning-quick point guard Phil Pressey and Tony Mitchell.

The Ducks are looking for a big name to open its new building, named after Nike czar Phil Knight's son, Matthew.

The Ducks initially focused their search on Gonzaga's Mark Few a year ago and tried to lure Pittsburgh's Jamie Dixon and Butler's Brad Stevens this time around. Florida's Billy Donovan, according to sources, also spurned interest.