Clemson rewards coach Brad Brownell with contract extension, raise
Sporting News reports:
Reaching the NCAA Tournament in his first season as Clemson coach paid off nicely for Brad Brownell, who received a contract extension and a $300,000 raise from the university.
Clemson athletic director Terry Don Phillips announced Friday that Brownell's term would be extended through the 2016-17 season and his pay raised to $1.2 million. Brownell was paid $900,000 in his first year after being hired away from Wright State to replace Oliver Purnell.