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Bruce Thorson-USA TODAY Sports
The Florida Gators and head baseball coach Kevin O'Sullivan have agreed to a new contract extension that will keep him in Gainsville through 2033. Per SI.com:
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Florida and head coach Kevin O'Sullivan agreed to a four-year contract extension in January that will keep the face of Gators baseball with the program through the 2023 season, according to Nick de la Torre of On3 Sports.

O'Sullivan's previous contract was set to expire after the 2029 season. The new deal includes a raise of over $600,000 per year in total income on average, from $1,220,598 to $1,840,000, with a $1 million base salary.

“It is an honor and a privilege to serve as the head baseball coach at the University of Florida, and I am excited to continue the challenge of bringing a National Championship back to Gainesville throughout the foreseeable future,” O’Sullivan said in a statement, via On3 Sports.
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ForeverGator2 months
BuT He’S gOiNg To LsU
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CanebreakCajun2 months
BuT YoU cAnT BeaT Us.
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