Alexander King Dickson Jr. (August 11, 1876 – November 4, 1938) was an American college football coach. He served as the head football coach at Nevada State University—now known as the University of Nevada, Reno—for one seas, in 1899. Dickson went to the 'Brushers from the University of Pennsylvania, and brought Nevada State its second consecutive winning season, going 3–2 overall. The three wins were against the Pacific Tigers, Santa Clara, and San Jose Normal; the two losses were versus California and Stanford. According to the 1901 yearbook Artemesia, "They (the team) were not strong enough to beat Berkeley or Stanford, but they scored a touchdown...(against) the latter."