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Florida has given coach Will Muschamp a raise after an 11-win season.
School president Bernie Machen and athletic director Jeremy Foley upped Muschamp's salary $250,000 annually, making him the seventh-highest-paid coach in the Southeastern Conference.
Muschamp will now make $2.928 million annually through the 2017 season, ranking behind Alabama's Nick Saban ($5.47 million), LSU's Les Miles ($3.8 million), South Carolina's Steve Spurrier ($3.3 million), Georgia's Mark Richt ($3.2 million), Arkansas' Bret Bielema ($3.2 million) and Texas A&M's Kevin Sumlin ($3.1 million).
Foley says in a statement: ''Dr. Machen and I believe very strongly in Coach Muschamp and his leadership, and we felt it was appropriate to adjust his salary to be more in line with his market value.''
The Gators are 18-8 in two years under Muschamp.
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- The Florida Gators are no longer celebrating Aaron Hernandez.
The University Athletic Association, which funds the school's athletic programs, has removed all references to Hernandez in and around the football stadium. The latest and most public one came Thursday when construction workers pulled up a granite plaque commemorating Hernandez as a first team...
The Florida Gators have announced that coach Will Muschamp has received a $250,000 per year extension through the 2017 season.
Florida is continuing the movement to erase Aaron Hernandez from football history.
The school, which already took down some photos of Hernandez around the football facility, removed a brick commemorating Hernandez’s All-American season outside Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on Thursday morning.
“We didn’t feel it was appropriate to celebrate Aaron Hernandez,” the school said in...
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While Aaron Hernandez may be innocent until proven guilty, the Florida Gators are wasting no time trying to separate themselves from him. The process to remove the brick was quick and painless and there is no longer any sign that Hernandez’s brick was even there before.
And it's a blank spot now, like Hernandez brick was never there… pic.twitter.com/cUUVoalTaw
The Gators have some nice recruiting momentum going into their biggest summer event that begins tomorrow, Friday Night Lights. Yesterday Florida landed lineman Dontae Angus (Philadelphia, Pa./Germantown). Tonight, they added another piece on the front with the addition of defensive end Justus Reed (Clearwater, Fla./Central Catholic).
Florida Gators coach Will Muschamp chatted with one ESPN talking head after another during ESPN's "Car Wash" interview event.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Florida has given coach Will Muschamp a raise after an 11-win season.
School president Bernie Machen and athletic director Jeremy Foley upped Muschamp's salary 250,000 annually, making him the seventh-highest-paid coach in the Southeastern Conference.
Muschamp will now make 2.928 million annually through the 2017 season, ranking behind Alabama'...
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Yesterday, the judge in the Aaron Hernandez trial granted the prosecution more time to present evidence to the grand jury for its case that the former New England Patriots tight end at least “orchestrated” the murder of Odin Lloyd, or possibly did it himself. According to NBC News, Hernandez’s defense team tried to stop the extension in order to proceed with the probable cause...
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This "Roll Tide" pickup truck commemorates the program's two legendary coaches, Nick Saban and Bear Bryant, in the most Alabama way possible.
Alabama football fans are some of the most passionate you’ll find, and trucks like these are the reason why.
The photo, courtesy of Busted Coverage, shows a Roll Tide pickup truck, belonging to someone who decided to remain anonymous.
The truck of course commemorates their two greatest coaching legends, Bear Bryant, and Nick Saban.
Imposing frames. Great footwork. Deceptive quickness. And loads of talent. Most college football fans may think these are descriptions for a talented group of linebackers. But at Alabama, these traits are enthusiastically used to describe the recent legacy at running back. When Mark Ingram became Alabama’s first player to win the Heisman Trophy in 2009, little did the SEC know...