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REEBOK SIGNS ON WITH MICHIGAN STATE'S NEW COACHES
Published May 2, 1995
Michigan State football coach Nick Saban and basketball coach Tom Izzo have agreed to separate five-year deals with Reebok that will include $1M worth of free Reebok products for the MSU Athletic Department. Izzo, who succeeds Jud Heathcote, will receive "at least" $110,000 from Reebok during his first year, while Saban, who is replacing George Perles, will receive $55,000 (DETROIT NEWS, 4/30).