In this day and age, a coach having a good season in Division I often means he’ll receive multiple offers from competing schools.
That’s right, buckaroos and buckarettes; nothing is granted in Division I college basketball. But, if you as a D-1 college coach win the majority of your games -- and keep your kids on the straight and narrow while doing so -- you too can earn a pile of money bouncing a rubber ball if your kids can shoot it into a basket.
Krystkowiak has done just that, taking a team that won a measly six games in his first year here -- to one that won 21 games in this, his third year at the school.
That move by Montgomery definitely got the attention of the Utes -- who rushed to get their head coach signed as quickly as possible.
Here are five reasons Krystkowiak got a new five-year deal.