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Mississippi has agreed to pay former coach Houston Nutt a lump sum of $4.35 million to complete his contract buyout. Nutt was fired after the 2011 season with about $6 million remaining on his contract. Ole Miss athletic director Ross Bjork said on Saturday in a statement that the school's agreement with Nutt happened last month, and the one-time payment would save the athletic department about $550,000. He said the money came from the school's private athletic foundation.
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AlaCowboy136 months
diddydirtyAubie - 1 day agoI would never donate big money to a school if they hire coaches like Houston Nutt.


Says an auburn fan that hired Gene Chizik.
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deaux68136 months
The guy basically stopped coaching after the 2009, "best team in 50 years" went up in smoke.

He's just stealing money.
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bdnc136 months
with the direction Freeze has his team going,it’s money well spent
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InLesWeTrust136 months
How much did OM make for BACK TO BACK cotton bowls?
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InVolNerable136 months
"Fix headline. Looks like he got 4 dollars and 35 cents."

Yeah, and take that M out. Everyone knows M isn't a number.
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blueridge136 months
There goes Mississippi's entire education budget for the next six years.
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diddydirtyAubie136 months
I would never donate big money to a school if they hire coaches like Houston Nutt.
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TigersSEC2010136 months
It must be nice to suck and get paid.
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High C136 months
Fix headline. Looks like he got 4 dollars and 35 cents.
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