Oregon men’s basketball assistant coach Brian Fish to be Montana State head coach, according to ESPN

Oregon head coach Dana Altman and assistant coaches Tony Stubblefield and Brian Fish react to a blocking call during Oregon's 90-81 victory against Colorado on March 1, 2012 at Matthew Knight Arena. (Michael Ciaglo/Emerald archives)

Oregon head coach Dana Altman and assistant coaches Tony Stubblefield and Brian Fish react to a blocking call during Oregon's 90-81 victory against Colorado on March 1, 2012 at Matthew Knight Arena. (Michael Ciaglo/Emerald archives)

Posted by Victor Flores on Monday, Mar. 31 at 7:29 pm.

Oregon men’s basketball assistant coach Brian Fish will become Montana State’s head coach, according to ESPN’s Jeff Goodman.

Fish, 48, will replace Brad Huse, who got fired after eight seasons with Montana State. The Bobcats went 14-17 this past season.

Fish just finished his fourth season as a Ducks assistant under head coach Dana Altman. Fish served 10 years before Oregon under Altman, as well. He was a graduate assistant at his alma mater Marshall for one season (1989-90) with Altman . He then served two stints at Creighton under Altman. The first run spanned from 1994-96. The second, from 2004-10.

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