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Alford signs contract, will be formally introduced as Nevada's head coach

Lee Faria
April 11, 2019 10:38 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — It is official. Steve Alford has signed his contract with Nevada and will become the 19th head coach in Nevada Wolf Pack history. 

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The rumor is that the contract is a 10 year deal. Alford coached the Lobos from 2007 to 2013, winning multiple Mountain West Conference championships. He was then fired from UCLA in 2018.

Alford is replacing Nevada's former head coach Eric Musselman who left for Arkansas. Musselman was making a little over $1 million a year. 

Alford will be formally introduced at a press conference on Friday in Reno. 

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