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Multiple sources are reporting that Florida head coach Dan Mullen has received a $1.5 million raise and a three-year extension through the 2027 season.

His new deal will make him the third-highest paid coach in the SEC behind Nick Saban and Ed Orgeron. Per The Orlando Sentinal:

Mullen’s updated deal raises his annual compensation to $7.6 million through the 2027 season, making the 49-year-old the SEC’s third-highest paid coach. Alabama’s Nick Saban ($9.1 million) and LSU’s Ed Orgeron ($8.68 million), but Mullen’s salary now surpasses Texas A&M’s Jimbo Fisher ($7.5 million) and Georgia’s Kirby Smart ($6.8 million), based on figures reported in November 2020 by USA Today.

Mullen’s extension, provided by the school based on a public records request, does not begin until the 2022 season. But Mullen will earn a $500,000 signing bonus July 1 and a $1 million retention incentive on Dec. 1.
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momentoftruth8737 months
But why?
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GetmorewithLes37 months
No shoe contract?
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Lowes knowsLSU37 months
Damn he received all that and hadn't won a natty and he ran off a good tight end to go to Georgia? Cool
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Geaux Guy37 months
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SECdragonmaster37 months
Why the Jalen Hurts thumbnail?
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