Gregg Marshall is staying at Wichita State
About an hour after it was reported that Marshall was planning a trip to Alabama and that the Crimson Tide could pay him nearly $4 million per season, reports said Marshall had reached an agreement to stay at Wichita State.
Gregg Marshall has reached a deal to stay at Wichita State a source tells me tonight. Won't visit Alabama this week as previously planned.
— Rece Davis (@ESPN_ReceDavis) April 2, 2015
Gregg Marshall has reached a deal to remain at Wichita State, multiple sources told @CBSSports. Story coming.
— Gary Parrish (@GaryParrishCBS) April 2, 2015
Marshall has been at Wichita State since 2007. He will be receiving a significant pay raise from his current $1.75 million annual salary in order to remain in Kansas, where he has led the Shockers to three straight 30-win seasons. CBS Sports’ Matt Norlander reports his new deal calls for $3.3 million per season over seven years.
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