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05-02-2017, 10:41 AM
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Saban signs new contract to 2025

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- The University of Alabama board of trustee’s compensation committee met Tuesday to approve new deals for head coach Nick Saban and his assistant coaches.

Along with the 11th-year head coach, his six returning assistants, three newcomers and strength and conditioning coach Scott Cochran, the committee also approved the initial contact for new Crimson Tide director of athletics Greg Byrne.

Saban received a three-year extension through Jan. 31, 2025. His annual salary is worth $6.725 million with a base salary of $245,000 and a talent fee of $6,480,000. But he will earn an extra $400,000 the next two years and $800,000 the subsequent two after that thanks to a contract year completion benefit. The contract calls for a $3.6 million bonus for completing the 2021 season.

Saban will also receive a contract extension signing incentive of $4 million with an additional $4 million spread out through the 2020 (10 percent), 2021 (10 percent) and 2022 (80 percent) years of the contract. That means that over the next five years, Saban will make an average of $8.7 million a year, including $11.15 million in 2017.

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