Ken Bone steps down as Montana assistant

Ken Bone, who has for the past two seasons served as Montana’s associate head coach under Travis DeCuire, officially resigned from his post Thursday, the school confirmed through a news release.

The move has been in the works for weeks, but was held up as the university worked through a provision in Bone’s Letter of Appointment. The LOA, set to expire at the end of June, is a one-year agreement and would not require the university to honor the last three months of the deal in the event that Bone walked away before the expiration date.

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