The coach with the most wins in Missouri football history will be sticking around for a while longer after the university announced Thursday that it had reached a contract extension through the 2020 season with coach Gary Pinkel.

Under terms of the new deal, Pinkel’s annual base salary will increase from $2.35 million to $3.1 million per year. The deal was approved Wednesday when the MU Board of Curators met via teleconference.

Pinkel’s extension also provides for an increase in the salary pool for the Tigers’ nine assistant coaches from $2.262 million to $3.2 million.

After Missouri struggled in its first season in the SEC, going 5-7 overall and just 2-6 in conference play, the Tigers bounced back with authority in 2013.

Missouri, which went 12-2 last fall, won the SEC East division and earned a berth in the SEC Championship game en route to matching the program record for wins in a season.

The Tigers capped the season by knocking off Oklahoma State in the Cotton Bowl.

With that victory, Pinkel, 61, improved to 102-63 at Missouri, breaking a tie with Don Faurot for the most wins in school history.

Pinkel, who is 175-100-3 overall including his 10 seasons at Toledo, had been under contract through the 2017 season under terms of an extension signed in April 2011.

He made $2.8 million plus attendance and team-performance incentives worth an additional $350,000 during the 2013 season.