OXFORD, Miss. (AP) -- Mississippi men's basketball coach Andy
Kennedy has had his contract extended through the 2014-15 season.
The extension was announced on Wednesday by new athletic
director Ross Bjork, who said in a statement he looks forward to
"watching this program get to the next level."
Kennedy has won at least 20 games in five out of six seasons,
but hasn't reached the NCAA tournament. The Rebels have played in
the National Invitation Tournament five times.
Terms of Kennedy's new contract weren't immediately released. He
was making about $1.3 million per year in his previous contract,
though Bjork says the new contract had some "minor changes to the
incentive agreement" because of additional Southeastern Conference
games that have been added to the schedule because of league
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