After leading Pitt to its first ACC championship in 2021, Pat Narduzzi received a contract extension that could make him the longest-tenured Panthers coach in nearly a century, the school announced Monday.

While Pitt didn't announce financial terms of the new deal, Narduzzi's contract would run through 2030. According to USA Today, Narduzzi made $4.8 million for the 2021 season.

"Pitt is truly home for my family and me. We are proud to represent this outstanding university and live in this tremendous city," Narduzzi said in the statement. "I am so appreciative of our players, coaches and staff. Nothing great can be accomplished without their efforts and commitment. I've always talked about the importance of pushing together in the same direction. We have that at Pitt across the board."