EUGENE, Ore. -- Oregon coach Mike Bellotti has agreed to a contract extension through a rollover clause in his contract that will keep him with the Ducks until 2009, the school said.
The rollover provision was added to Bellotti's contract nearly a year ago, said Athletic Director Bill Moos.
Bellotti's annual salary remains $650,000, with incentives that could push the total to $1.1 million, the school said.
Bellotti, 52, is 75-33 in nine years as Oregon's head coach. The Ducks (8-4, 5-3 Pacific-10) will play in the Sun Bowl against a Big Ten opponent on Dec. 31 in El Paso, Texas.
It is the Ducks' eighth bowl appearance in Bellotti's nine-year tenure.
Copyright 2003 by The Associated Press
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