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Montana State Bobcats men's basketball coaches

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  1. Walter D. Powell

    Walter D. Powell


    Walter D. Powell was a college football and basketball coach.

  2. G. Ott Romney

    G. Ott Romney

    American football player and coach, basketball coach

  3. D. V. Graves

    D. V. Graves

    American college football coach, college basketball coach, college baseball coach

  4. Fred Bennion

    Fred Bennion

    American football and coach, basketball coach, baseball coach

  5. Wally Lemm

    Wally Lemm

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    American football player and coach

  6. Brad Huse

    Brad Huse

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    Brad Huse (born June 27, 1966) is an American college basketball coach and the former head men's basketball coach at Montana State University. On April 4, 2006, he was hired following the departure of Mick Durham.

  7. John H. McIntosh

    John H. McIntosh

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    American sports coach

  8. Hank Anderson

    Hank Anderson


    Thor Henry "Hank" Anderson (December 5, 1920 – September 5, 2005) was a college basketball coach and athletic director. He was the head coach at Gonzaga University for 21 seasons, from 1951 to 1972. While at Gonzaga, he compiled a 290–275 (.513) record. Anderson later coached two seasons at Montana State University at 28–24 (.538) for a career record of 318–299 (.515). He finished his career in college athletics as the AD at Northern Arizona University.

  9. Brick Breeden

    Brick Breeden

    College basketball coach

  10. Schubert R. Dyche

    Schubert R. Dyche


    Schubert R. Dyche (February 11, 1893 – October 1982) was an American college football and college basketball head coach as well as athletic director, all at Montana State University, from the 1920s through 1940s. In football he recorded a 36–53–7 overall record, including one conference championship during the 1938 season. In men's basketball, he recorded a 110–93 overall record, highlighted by a retroactive national championship season in 1928–29 when the Bobcats went 36–2. That squad is considered to be one of the greatest college teams in the first half of the 20th century.

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