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Huse's Revolving Door

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BOZEMAN — Montana State men's basketball coach Brad Huse says two of his assistant coaches will not return next season.

Huse said Wednesday that Aerick Sanders has accepted a position at New Mexico State after one season with the Bobcats. He says the move is a good opportunity for Sanders.

Scott Carson won't return for a sixth season, but Huse says he appreciates his years of service to the program.

Huse says national searches for the two openings are underway.

MSU posted a 13-17 record during the 2012-13 season


Geez. I don't know whether to feel sorry for the guy or blame him.

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Im not too broken up over this. Carson needed to go and sanders is likely getting a major pay increase with nmsu. Also, I hope we can move dirden up to number one assistant.
 
wbtfg said:
Im not too broken up over this. Carson needed to go and sanders is likely getting a major pay increase with nmsu. Also, I hope we can move dirden up to number one assistant.

maybe it's time somebody at msu got "broken up" over the instability and lackluster records that have distinugished huse's tenure. he's a krystowiak-like good guy, we all root for him, and the msu administration has shown much class in their patience with him. i'm one of the several on here who thought huse would actually turn out to be a better head coach than tinkle, and i still want to believe, as msu fans and administration apparently do, that character is destiny, and huse will prevail eventually.

but the record speaks for itself. in what appeared to be a down year for the griz after the jaycee center failed to show, tinkle goes out and sets a conference record for consecutive victories. now he's got bigs arriving and a dynamite backcourt in the wings. if the talent meshes like it did this year, montana will match weber as the two premier programs in the big sky, with northern arizona and north dakota challenging. montana state cannot afford another year of mediocrity, and having two assistants leave is not a happy smoke signal.
 
citay said:
wbtfg said:
Im not too broken up over this. Carson needed to go and sanders is likely getting a major pay increase with nmsu. Also, I hope we can move dirden up to number one assistant.

maybe it's time somebody at msu got "broken up" over the instability and lackluster records that have distinugished huse's tenure. he's a krystowiak-like good guy, we all root for him, and the msu administration has shown much class in their patience with him. i'm one of the several on here who thought huse would actually turn out to be a better head coach than tinkle, and i still want to believe, as msu fans and administration apparently do, that character is destiny, and huse will prevail eventually.

but the record speaks for itself. in what appeared to be a down year for the griz after the jaycee center failed to show, tinkle goes out and sets a conference record for consecutive victories. now he's got bigs arriving and a dynamite backcourt in the wings. if the talent meshes like it did this year, montana will match weber as the two premier programs in the big sky, with northern arizona and north dakota challenging. montana state cannot afford another year of mediocrity, and having two assistants leave is not a happy smoke signal.

Dont get me wrong, I thought huse should have been let go and that he's played a major role in msu's decline to the $hitter. Im just not broken up about losing carson.
 
Mslacat, I know you're close to the program. Is Huse driving assistants away? Is it his personality? His coaching style? The demands he puts on them?
 
EverettGriz said:
Mslacat, I know you're close to the program. Is Huse driving assistants away? Is it his personality? His coaching style? The demands he puts on them?

Or rats leaving a sinking ship!?
 
citay said:
wbtfg said:
Im not too broken up over this. Carson needed to go and sanders is likely getting a major pay increase with nmsu. Also, I hope we can move dirden up to number one assistant.

maybe it's time somebody at msu got "broken up" over the instability and lackluster records that have distinugished huse's tenure. he's a krystowiak-like good guy, we all root for him, and the msu administration has shown much class in their patience with him. i'm one of the several on here who thought huse would actually turn out to be a better head coach than tinkle, and i still want to believe, as msu fans and administration apparently do, that character is destiny, and huse will prevail eventually.

but the record speaks for itself. in what appeared to be a down year for the griz after the jaycee center failed to show, tinkle goes out and sets a conference record for consecutive victories. now he's got bigs arriving and a dynamite backcourt in the wings. if the talent meshes like it did this year, montana will match weber as the two premier programs in the big sky, with northern arizona and north dakota challenging. montana state cannot afford another year of mediocrity, and having two assistants leave is not a happy smoke signal.

Top 4 this coming season in no particular order Montana, Weber State, North Dakota, Northern Colorado. I like NAU's future, with Dewayne Russell. I absolutely love his game. I have no idea how NAU managed to land him. Bill Evans has a solid recruiting class, and his defense will make ISU pretty formidable this season, or next. EWU has some good talent, and will be better this season too.

Rest of the conference, I am not very confident in, including MSU. I do like when they and the GRIZ are both good though. :thumb:
 
Let's keep in mind that, had it not been for a big three by Weisner, we would have lost to the Cats in Missoula this year.
 
AllWeatherFan said:
Let's keep in mind that, had it not been for a big three by Weisner, we would have lost to the Cats in Missoula this year.

this is true. it's also true that the cats have not beat us home or away in three years. i could go back four years when they beat us twice, but isn't that ancient history?
 
AllWeatherFan said:
Let's keep in mind that, had it not been for a big three by Weisner, we would have lost to the Cats in Missoula this year.


This is a salient point. Not because it suggests that MSU's team is equal to UM's, or even suggests that MSU's program is healthy. But it does point out that there IS some talent there. But for the most part, every game is like throwing that talent into an electric mixer and seeing what shakes out. The MSU program is far from a train wreck, but it's not going to be compared to a bullet train either.
 
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