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The Associated Press | December 23, 2013

SMU gives Jones three-year extension

SMU June Jones

DALLAS -- SMU says football coach June Jones has agreed to a three-year contract extension.

The school announced Monday that Jones had signed a deal that keeps him in place through 2017.

Jones has won two Conference USA championships at SMU, which completed its first season in the American Athletic Conference this season. The Mustangs finished 5-7 overall, ending a streak of four consecutive bowl appearances.

Jones has a 36-41 record at SMU and is 112-82 for his career.

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