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OSU coach Gundy's contract extended through 2023

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OSU head coach Mike Gundy poses for a picture with players, coaches and family members after the AutoZone Liberty Bowl at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium in Memphis, Tennessee on Dec. 31, 2018.

Mike Gundy will stay at Oklahoma State through at least 2023, according to his updated contract.

The contract for Gundy, OSU's football coach, was extended one year, making it last through 2023, OSU Athletics announced in a press release Wednesday.

In 2017, Gundy consented to a long-term contract that included a $125,000 escalator, as well as rollovers, each year.

Gundy has been OSU's coach since January 2005. His Cowboys finished the 2018 season with a 7-6 record, including a Liberty Bowl victory against Missouri.

Gundy's teams have posted six seasons with 10 wins or more since 2010.

"Coach Gundy has built the Oklahoma State football program into a regular contender in the Big 12, and he has done it the right way," said OSU athletic director Mike Holder in the press release. "He's instilled a set of core values and a culture of which we can be very proud. We're very pleased with of all the success he's led our young people to on the field, but even more significant are the academic strides that the football program has taken in recent years, winning the AFCA's Academic Achievement Award and posting a perfect score on the NCAA's Academic Progress Rate."