Oklahoma State head football coach Mike Gundy’s annual contract and raise has rolled over into 2019.
Gundy’s five-year contract has been extended through the 2023 season, OSU announced Wednesday. His annual $125K raise escalator increases his salary to $5.125 million for next season.
“Outside of my family, coaching football at Oklahoma State is the biggest part of who I am,” Gundy said in a statement. “I’m more energized and excited about Cowboy football than at any time during my career. I appreciate the continued support of President (Burns) Hargis, Coach (Mike) Holder, the Board of Regents and the OSU fan base. Our players start winter conditioning on Monday and I’m chomping at the bit to get back into spring ball in March.”
Gundy has led the Cowboys to six 10-win seasons this decade and an outright Big 12 championship in 2011. The Cowboys went 7-6 this past season, including two wins over top-10 teams at home and a Liberty Bowl victory over Missouri in Memphis, Tennessee. It’s the third consecutive bowl win for Gundy and improved his bowl record to 9-4 since 2006.