Montana State

Russell joins Montana State Basketball staff

The Montana State men’s basketball final assistant coaching position was filled on Thursday, May 2, as head coach Danny Sprinkle announced Dan Russell will be joining the Bobcats’ staff.  Russell has been the head coach of the Casper College program for the previous six seasons. The Casper, Wyoming, native led the Thunderbirds to one of

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Daily Dirt – 4/1/19

Some things to kick off the week… I have heard from multiple sources that Austin Peay assistant coach Rick Cabrera will interview at Tennessee Tech today. Cabrera is a TTU alum who just wrapped up his second season at APSU. He served as an assistant at Tennessee Tech from 2012-17, and also worked at Chattanooga.

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Daily Dirt – 3/25/19

Some things to kick off what is expected to be a busy week… I have heard that Korn Ferry has the Vanderbilt search. Not a huge surprise since they just ran the recent AD search. Too early for any legit names here yet. I’ll have some soon though. The Luke Murray to Fairfield rumors are

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Daily Dirt – 3/22/19

A few things to wrap-up a busy week… Siena needs to do the right thing and name Carmen Maciariello as their head coach – quickly. He’s assumed the interim tag for now, but that needs to be removed if they want to bring some stability back to this program. After a one-and-done from Jamion Christian,

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Arizona AD Dave Heeke gave head basketball coach Sean Miller a vote of confidence this weekend. Miller has been taking a ton of heat lately thanks to the FBI investigation, the arrest of former assistant Book Richardson, and the imminent firing of suspended assistant coach Mark Phelps. “I want to be very, very clear about

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Daily Dirt – 3/24/17

What a wild day yesterday…Kelsey backs out on UMass just before the press conference, JT3 gets fired, fake news on James Whitford to Duquesne, and a letter from Byron Samuels that briefly crashed our site because of all of the traffic it generated. Here are a few things that I’ve heard while preparing for another

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