Georgia Extends Contract with Mark Fox
ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia coach Mark Fox has been given a two-year contract extension following a season in which athletic director Greg McGarity says he saw “very encouraging” improvement.
The financial terms of the new deal, which runs through the 2017-18 season, were not immediately disclosed. Fox was making $1.7 million annually and had two years remaining on his current contract.
Fox is 85-77 in five seasons at Georgia, including a 20-14 record in the 2013-14 season. The Bulldogs tied for second in the Southeastern Conference at 12-6. Georgia started the season 1-4 as it adjusted to the loss of Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, the No. 8 overall pick by Detroit in the 2013 draft.
McGarity, noting Georgia loses only one starter, says “expectations for the coming season will be very high.”
Georgia Extends Contract with Mark Fox by Associated Press