The Montana State head men’s basketball coach focused on his newest signee, Terrell Brown, while addressing two events that unfolded Wednesday — Brown being added to the 2013-14 roster and Huse signing his own deal with the school, a two-year extension subject to approval by the State Board of Regents, which next meets May 23.I'm not sure how happy it makes the fan base, but it does keep continuity with the program after a mostly solid year last season. With a lot of players returning, there is an opportunity for the Bobcats for a top four finish once again.
Huse’s current deal was set to expire in July. Montana State Director of Athletics Peter Fields said the new deal is for the same amount — $113,824 — Huse was paid last season.
“I’m just excited to keep at it and move forward,” Huse said. “I feel good about our program and guys we have in it and what we’ve done and continue to try to do. I’m excited about the prospects of things moving forward.”
With Huse returning, chances are looking good that all Big Sky coaches could return next season.
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The sad thing is, I don't know if MSU had so much of a "solid" year last season because of Huse; rather, the rest of the Big Sky was just so darn bad.ReplyDelete
I agree with you there. It was up and down, that is for sure. I am skeptical this is the right move, but we will see. There is good talent returning next year, but that has been said for a lot of years at MSU lately.ReplyDelete