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Univ. Of Texas To Honor Mack Brown's Contract Through '20
Published December 15, 2013
Meanwhile, Alabama football coach Nick Saban "reached an agreement Friday that is expected to raise his salary" to $7-7.5M per year from its current annual compensation of almost $5.4M and "extend his term." Saban's new deal "marks the fourth time his original eight-year contract has been extended since he arrived" at Alabama in Jan. '07 (TUSCALOOSA NEWS, 12/14).