After two years in Missoula, Ken Bone's next coaching gig will take him back to Washington.

The former Washington State head coach told The Seattle Times that he is working with Gonzaga's program. It is unclear what role Bone will have with the Zags, who are yet to make any official announcement about his addition to the program.

He was in the McCarthey Athletic Center Saturday for Kraziness in the Kennel.

The Seattle native was fired in 2014 after five seasons with the Cougs. He went 80-86 during that time with a 29-61 Pac-12 record.

As Portland State's head coach, Bone guided the Vikings to a win over the 7th ranked Bulldogs in 2008.