Wichita State Shockers head coach Gregg Marshall was one of the most highly sought after names in college basketball this offseason, with the Alabama Crimson Tide and Texas Longhorns among those interested in bringing on board.
However, Marshall ultimately decided to return to Wichita State with a brand new contract.
On Tuesday, the details of his contract were released.
According to a report from the Wichita Eagle, Marshall will earn $3.3 million annually for the next seven years. Marshall’s new deal also features a massive buyout which would cost the Shockers a whopping $15 million.
After seeing the numbers, it is pretty obvious why Marshall decided to return to Wichita State.
That money would be difficult for anyone to pass up.
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