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Kansas State basketball found out Friday that not only will they have their veteran guard coming back, but the university also decided to give an extension to head men's basketball coach Bruce Webber until the 2022-23 season.
Barry Brown who almost averaged 16 points per game at 15.9 will lead a team that will return all five starters, and with coming back for one more year will most likely make the top ten in scoring in K-State basketball history.
This will be Webbers seventh year at K-State as the head coach and has taken the Wildcats to four NCAA tournament appearences. He will make 2.5 million in the 2018-19 season, and will continue to have a 100,000 dollar increase throughout his new extension. Webber is the first Kansas State head coach to lead the Wildcats to multiple 25 win seasons.
Both coach and player lead K-State to the elite eight last year beating Kentucky in the sweet sixteen, but fell to tournament darlings Loyola-Chicago. The Wildcats are a top favorite in the Big 12 for next basketball season.