Matt Campbell has put an end to floating coaching rumors. 

While the fourth-year Iowa State coach’s name surfaced around the country again for available head coaching positions, including Florida State and Arkansas, Campbell again showed his desire to remain in Ames, signing a contract extension through the 2025 season on Tuesday. The extension comes after Iowa State won at least five conference games for the third-consecutive season and reached its third-straight bowl game. Contract details, including an expected raise, will be released at a later date.

“I greatly appreciate Dr. (Wendy) Wintersteen’s and (Iowa State AD) Jamie’s (Pollard) proactive approach to extending my contract,” Campbell said in a statement. “My staff and I will be on the road this week actively recruiting the next class of Cyclones and it is important for recruits and their families to understand my commitment to Iowa State.”

Campbell signed contract extensions in each of the last two seasons, including a one last winter that was set to run through 2024. Tuesday’s announcement tacks on an additional year, putting to rest any speculation this offseason while also coming with a likely raise. Last year’s extension also included an additional $1 million for Campbell’s assistants. Campbell’s current contract paid him an average of $3.5 million per season.

Campbell addressed the team Monday and shared his desire to remain at Iowa State before heading on the recruiting trail. Iowa State will find out Sunday where it’s headed for a bowl game, where Campbell and Co. will have a chance to win eight games in a season for the third-straight season, something previously accomplished only from 1976-78.

“Both Matt and I wanted to send a message to our fans and recruits and their families, that he is excited about the future of our football program,” Iowa State AD Jamie Pollard said in a statement. “We are fortunate to have Matt leading our student-athletes and look forward to the continued success of our football program.”

In four seasons at Iowa State, Campbell has compiled a 26-24 record, taking Iowa State to three-straight bowl games for only the second time in program history. Since going 3-9 in his first season at Iowa State, the Cyclones are 23-15.