The Georgia Bulldogs hired Greg McGarity as their athletic director back in 2010, replacing Damon Evans.

His contract was set to run up in June, but now it appears he’ll be sticking around for at least one more school year.

During a meeting of the UGA Athletic Association on Wednesday, the members went into executive session. When they emerged, it was announced that McGarity’s contract had been extended through the 2019-20 school year:

McGarity is responsible for the hires of football coach Kirby Smart and men’s basketball coach Tom Crean, and has overseen some good times on the gridiron the past couple of years.

The UGA Athletic Association president left the door open to McGarity continuing in his role beyond next year, but we’ll see what changes in the next year.