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Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze will receive a contract extension and raise.
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Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze will receive a contract extension and raise after leading the Rebels to a 9-3 record this season. Per CBSSports.com:
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The Rebels and athletic director Ross Bjork announced that Freeze will have his annual salary increased from $3.15 million to $4.3 million, a 36.5 percent raise and salary increase of $1.15 million. That figure should make Freeze one of the top-10 highest-paid coaches in college football, per the USA Today salary database.

"This continued investment in Ole Miss Football, Hugh Freeze and our football staff shows that we want to excel at the highest level in the SEC and college football," Bjork said. "I personally look forward to working with Hugh Freeze as we continue to build Ole Miss each and every day. We are grateful that his leadership of our program will be in place for the long term."
CBS Sports also reports that if Freeze can take the Rebels to the SEC Championship Game, he would earn $5 million in base salary for that season.

Ole Miss will face TCU in the Peach Bowl on Wednesday December 31 at 12:30pm ET.
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