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MSU expecting interest in coaching vacancy 

Fields addresses reporters Monday- KBZK photo (BOZEMAN)- Montana State's athletic director is expecting there will be a lot of interesting in filling Rob Ash's position as Bobcats head coach. 

As KBZK reported yesterday, Ash was fired as head coach of the Bobcats after a meeting Monday, following MSU's lost to the University of Montana is the annual Cat-Griz game. Athletic Director Peter Fields told reporters during a noon press conference the decision came after a full evaluation of the 'Cats football program. 

The search for Ash's replacement is starting right away. Fields is hoping to have a new coach in place by early December so he can be involved in recruiting for next season. 

Ash had a 70-38 record during his time at MSU, but was 4-14 against key rivals Montana and Eastern Washington. 

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