Extension is second this year for Gundy; contract runs through 2013
STILLWATER, Okla. -- Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy's contract now will run for an extra year.
The Oklahoma A&M Board of Regents met at OSU's Oklahoma City campus on Friday and approved the contract extension. Gundy's deal will run through 2013.
Gundy, a former Oklahoma State quarterback, is 17-19 in three seasons, including a 6-6 mark this season. The Cowboys will play Indiana in the Insight Bowl on Dec. 31 in Tempe, Ariz.
Incoming OSU president Burns Hargis says he's a supporter of Gundy and that he likes the deliberate way in which Gundy is trying to build a quality football program.
Earlier this year, Gundy received a two-year contract extension through 2012 that would pay him $953,000 annually.
Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press
MORE COLLEGE FOOTBALL HEADLINES
- Stanford's Shaw opposed to early signing day
- Nebraska, Pelini agree to one-year extension
- NCAA considering football early signing period
- Former Vols coach Majors in stable condition
MOST SENT STORIES ON ESPN.COM
- Gamemaster Oklahoma State Cowboys Throwback Mini Football
- NCAAF Home
- CFB Nation
- Awards Tracker
- BCS Standings
- Bowl Projections
- Pick Center
- Power Rankings
- Revenue and Expenses
- Weekly Leaders
- FCS Insider