KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Kansas State basketball coach Bob Huggins will earn at least $800,000 per year in guaranteed compensation the first three years of his five-year contract, provided he does nothing "which results in material injury to the reputation of the university."
The 52-year-old Huggins signed a contract with the Wildcats on Friday, ending two months of haggling between Huggins' attorney, Richard Katz, and university officials.
The contract was obtained Monday by The Associated Press.
It will pay him $900,000 for the fourth year and $1 million in the final year, and includes an additional $1 million annuity payable upon completion of the five-year deal "as an additional incentive" for Huggins to remain at Kansas State.
Huggins can also earn nearly $500,000 in bonuses, including $25,000 for conference regular-season and tournament championships; postseason incentives including $10,000 for each victory up to $100,000 for a national title; $50,000 for being named NABC or Associated Press Coach of the Year; and $25,000 if the program sells out all of its home games.
Fringe benefits include the use of two courtesy cars, membership in the Manhattan Country Club and playing privileges at Colbert Hills Golf Course, and a signing bonus of $30,000.
"I never had any concern whatsoever that we wouldn't work out the details," Huggins said in a statement Friday. "I accepted the position of head men's basketball coach at Kansas State because of the people here and gave them my word. We've been working hard since that moment."
Huggins is 567-199 in 24 seasons, including going 399-127 at Cincinnati, leading the Bearcats to 15 NCAA tournament appearances and the 1992 Final Four.