The Idaho Statesman is reporting that former University of Montana basketball coach Larry Krystkowiak, who was the head coach of the Milwaukee Bucks for two years, is a candidate for the Boise State head coach position.
Krystkowiak spent time in Idaho when he was coach of the Idaho Stampede and it was confirmed that he was interviewed by the Boise State search committee. He reportedly is interested in the job.
Eric Reveno, the head coach at Portland, was one of three other candidates interviewed for the vacant Boise State job.
Gonzaga associate head coach Leon Rice is said to also have an interest in the position. Boise State athletic director Gene Bleymaier contacted Saint Mary’s to ask permission to speak with head coach Randy Bennett and associate head coach Kyle Smith, who has interest in the position.
One potential candidate — Weber State coach Randy Rahe — agreed to a contract extension with the Wildcats on Wednesday.