Micah Shrewsberry is turning heads at Penn State, leading the program to its first NCAA Tournament victory since 2001 on Thursday. Now, the Nittany Lions live to see another day, but the program is already reportedly thinking about ways to try and keep the head coach in town.

According to college basketball insider Jon Rothstein, Penn State is preparing to present a “significant, long-term” financial commitment to Shrewsberry as soon as the season is wrapped up. Shrewsberry’s name has been linked in reports to multiple high-profile jobs this season.

What will it take to keep Shrewsberry?

Shrewsberry is currently in his second season with the Nittany Lions, and all signs indicate he’s happy where he is. That being said, there’s no denying the draw of some of the other programs reportedly in the mix for Shrewsberry this season.

After a strong run in the B1G Tournament and another win to open the NCAA Tournament, Shrewsberry is showing coaches can put together basketball success in Happy Valley. Now, it sounds like we’ll see if he indeed wants to stick around with Penn State or is interested in testing the waters elsewhere.