Found January 22, 2013 on
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Texas A&M Aggies head coach Kevin Sumlin will be getting a raise and contract extension after his first season in the SEC and at A&M.
Sumlin just finished the first year of his contract, which is for 5 years at $2 million a year. Sumlin led the Aggies to 11 wins, their fourth in school history.
The details of the new contract weren’t released and are still pending approval from the A&M Board of Regents.
Sumlin’s Aggies are expected to be a favorite in the SEC next season, but in the SEC West the competition is tougher than anywhere else in the country. The Aggies will have one of the better schedules next season missing the SEC East powers and facing Alabama at home.
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