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Alabama and head coach Nick Saban have agreed on a new contract extension through the 2025 season and will pay him $8.3 million for the 2018 season. Per ESPN:


The new agreement, which is subject to approval by the university's board of trustees, will extend his current contract by one season to eight years, and keep him in charge of the Crimson Tide football program through February 28, 2026.

The deal is worth at least $74.4 million and would boost Saban's average annual pay to $9.3 million if he sticks around for the duration of the contract, which would again make the 66-year-old Saban the highest-paid coach in college football.

Ohio State's Urban Meyer, who is set to make at least $7.6 million this season, is No. 2 on that list with an average annual salary of $8.49 million.
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HunnyBadger69 months
I have a source that says Saban is done after this year in Tuscaloosa.
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TigerSpray69 months
He would still come back for $15 million per year.
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Solo Cam69 months
Yeah, yeah he wins a national title every year but has anyone seen what our Women’s gymnastics and new nutrional facility’s look like? Joe made sure and tell us how awesome they’re doing
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PortHudsonPlaya69 months
But does he talk like them???
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boulwarejockstrap69 months
I hope this dude just loves the shite otherwise he is getting old as frick.
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SAINTS032169 months
Alabama Crimson Tide rolls on and on..
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Crimson1st69 months
Should be up to about 10 Natties by 2025...
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