EL PASO, Texas (AP) -Oregon State coach Mike Riley has agreed to a one-year contract extension that will take him through the 2015 season.
Riley has taken Oregon State to three straight bowl games and five over a six-year span during his second tenure at the school, winning all four postseason contests. The Beavers meet Pittsburgh on Wednesday in the Sun Bowl.
Riley said he has ``a terrific job at a place that I truly love.'' He is due to earn about $1 million this season with included incentives. He had been working with a six-year contract that rolled over for every bowl appearance.
The new contract will be at seven years and is structured similarly in that it will add a year for each bowl appearance.

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