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The Associated Press | March 18, 2014

Montana State head coach Brad Huse resigns

BOZEMAN, Mont. -- Montana State coach Brad Huse has resigned after eight seasons.

Athletic director Peter Fields says Huse resigned during a meeting between the two on Tuesday morning.

Huse's teams posted a 107-133 record, including a 64-72 mark in Big Sky Conference play.

Prior to coming to MSU, Huse was an assistant at both Montana and Montana State and was head coach at Jamestown.

Fields thanked Huse for his effort, dedication and integrity and said a search for his replacement will begin immediately.

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