Craig Dickenson
Craig  Dickenson

Running Backs/Kickers Coach

Montana, `95

In his first year at Utah State and his eighth as a collegiate coach is Craig Dickenson, who will be responsible for coaching Aggie running backs. Dickenson served in a similar position for seven years at Montana from 1993-99.

During Dickenson?s tenure at Montana, Josh Branen rushed for the ninth best season in Montana history with 803 yards in 1996. That was the best production by a Grizzly back since 1982. Branen finished his career third on the school?s career rushing list.

Dickenson also coached Montana kicker Andy Larson, the second-leading scorer in school history.

Dickenson lettered at Montana as a place kicker and punter in 1991 and 1992 and earned academic all-Big Sky honors in both of those years. Prior to playing at Montana, Dickenson played one season as a wide receiver, place kicker and punter at Concordia College.

Dickenson graduated from Montana in 1995 with a degree in history and earned his master?s degree from Montana in educational leadership in 1997. He was born Sept. 4, 1971 in Great Falls, Mont. His brother is a quarterback for Calgary in the CFL.

Coaching Experience
1993-99 Montana Running Backs/Kickers
2000- Utah State Running Backs/Kickers

Playing Experience
1990 Concordia Coll. WR, PK, P
1991-92 Montana Place kicker and Punter

1989 C.M. Russell HS Great Falls, Mont.
1995 Montana B.A. in history & political sci.
1997 Montana Master?s in educational leadership and administration

Born Sept. 4, 1971 in Great Falls, Mont.

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