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Sources: Wayne Tinkle Expected to Leave Montana for Oregon State

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According to John Canzano of The Oregonian and other sources, Oregon State is expected to hire Montana men's basketball coach Wayne Tinkle to be the new head coach of the Beavers.

Canzano tweeted Sunday night that Tinkle is expected to be hired and an announcement from Oregon State should come Monday.

Tinkle would move from the Big Sky Conference to the Pac-12 Conference where he would take over for Craig Robinson who was fired earlier this month after six seasons with the Beavers.

Tinkle has been the Griz head coach since 2006 and has won 141 and has taken Montana to three NCAA tournaments.

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