OXFORD, Miss. (AP) - The contract of Mississippi head basketball coach Andy Kennedy has been extended by two years.
Athletics Director Pete Boone said on Monday Kennedy's contract will now run through April 2014.
In four seasons, Kennedy has a record of 85-50 with two SEC West titles and a pair of NIT Final Four appearances. Kennedy came to Ole Miss from Cincinnati.
The Rebels went 24-11 this year.
Kennedy is the second coach at Ole Miss and ninth in SEC history to lead his team to three 20-win seasons in his first four seasons.
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