A two year extension without a pay raise so he can tell recruits that he'll
be here for their tenure. What's the issue? It's common practice to try and keep a promising coach's contract extended out enough to enable his recruiting. If he earns a raise, I'm sure he'll get one. For now, we're just establishing some consistency to give him the tools to be successful. I'll get worried when I see a $5 million buyout or when he gets to the dance and we're too cheap to give an extension.