Strong’s 5-year deal at Texas includes $100,000 annual raises
Austin — Texas regents unanimously approved a term sheet Monday outlining a five-year contract for new football coach Charlie Strong.
As part of the deal, Strong will earn $5 million per year, with $100,000 annual raises to start in the second year of the agreement. In addition, Texas officials will pay $4.375 million to Louisville to satisfy the terms of Strong’s buyout clause at that school, where he posted a 37-15 record the past four seasons.
For more go to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.