Montana Coaches in the Blogshere

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I don’t know if any of you have bothered to check out some of the blog links I have in the right hand column, but you should. The one that I particularly enjoy is Montana State’s head coach Tricia Binford’s Blog. If you have some time to kill and want to learn something, or generally just want some good read, go over their and page through the articles on it.

After reading coach Binford’s blog over the past few months, I tell you, it is amazing to me is that more of the Montana and Montana State coaches have not followed Binfords lead. The one thing that Binford’s blog demonstrates it is a wonderful way of communicating to boosters, and I would assume recruits. It is a way of letting them know, who you are, and what the breath of knowledge it is that you bring table. The information is there for a person to page through at their convenience and not limited by newspaper reporters or NCAA phone / texting limits. I really could not help but think reading Binford’s blog that I could play for her, or I am sure glad she is my coach.


I have done a little research, trying to find how many other UM / MSU coaches had their own Blogs and I was surprised to find very few out there. Now granted it was not an intensive search, but I checked most of the major head coaches and some assistant coaches, so if I am missing a blog let me know. The coaches I did find, besides Binford’s were. MSU football coach Rob Ash, most likely the best looking, and the only one on it’s own website, but it has not been updated since October of 2008. MSU basketball coach Brad Huse. Technically Brad has a Blog. Some one put it up last fall and it has not been touched yet. MSU assistant Woman’s Basketball coach Justin Scanson has a nice blog but it is more of a person blog than a true basketball Blog, but since he is a basketball coach you will find some basketball topics. Clearly coach Binford’s blog in my opinion is the best of the bunch.

It surprised me that none of the Griz coaches that I checked on had blogs, it is such a great way to market yourself. I really thought one coach in particular would at least have a personal blog given their computer savvy, but I could not find any.

Here is a list of the blogs I found. Let me know if I have missed any.

Montana State Women’s head coach Tricia Binford’s Blog

Montana State Women’s assistant coach Justin Scanson’s Blog

Montana State Football head coach Rob Ash’s Blog

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Montana State Men’s head coach Brad Huse Blog


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