Colorado State has given second-year men's basketball coach Tim Miles a one-year contract extension.
Miles is now under contract through the 2012-13 season.
Athletic director Paul Kowalczyk says the extension shows a commitment to Miles after a difficult year.
The Rams went 7-and-25 overall and 0-and-16 in the Mountain West Conference last season, when the Rams suffered injuries to key players and returned just one starter from the previous season.
Miles earned a base salary of $200,000 annually on his original contract with an additional $200,000 annually in guaranteed money from TV, radio and other media appearances. He will be paid the same rate for the additional season.
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