PODCAST: MSU men's basketball preview with Coach Fish (FREE)

First-year head coach Brian Fish takes over the Montana State men's basketball team after eight seasons under Brad Huse. The Bobcats were 14-17 a year ago, including 9-11 in the Big Sky. MSU missed the league tournament for the first time under Huse, leading to his departure. The Bobcats return three seniors in guard Michael Dison, forward Eric Norman and center Blake Brumwell. MSU also has two-year starter junior guard Marcus Colbert back to play alongside Dison. The Bobcats are young - three true freshmen will be called upon heavily - and don't have many expectations. Montana State was picked to finish 11th in the 12-team Big Sky by both the coaches and the media. Here's what Fish thinks of his team's prospects this season.

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Editor’s Note: Each Friday, Bobcat Beat publishes a profile piece on a Montana State senior football player and gives it away for free. We’ve profiled 12 of the 18 seniors thus far and the three injured players are reserved for the bye week. With five weeks left in the season, we decided to do something different this Friday. This is the second of a two-part series looking at Montana State’s offense and defense.

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