Tennessee State head football coach Rod Reed is sticking around Nashville a bit longer. Reed signed a five year extension that keeps him with the Tigers until 2018.
The Tigers are coming off of a 10-4 season that led to the second round of the FCS Playoffs, their first appearance since 1999.
Reed is 26-21 over four years, going 18-7 mark over the past two seasons. The new deal includes a raise and will start during the 2014 season.
Reed has coached 19 All-Americans, and 15 in the past two seasons alone.
The Tigers became the first HBCU team to win a playoff game since 1999 with their victory over Butler.