Florida coach Dan Mullen signed a three-year contract extension that granted him a significant raise with the Gators in mid-May.
Under the terms of Mullen’s new contract agreement, he will be the coach at Florida through the 2026 season, a three-year extension of his original deal. The new agreement will also up Mullen’s annual compensation total to a little more than $7.6 million for each year remaining on the life of his deal.
That’s a raise of about $1.5 million per season, though the financial breakdown varies by year.
NEW: Florida releases contract info in response to FOIA requests: #Gators coach Dan Mullen extended until Jan. 2027.
Mike White extended two years, new contract runs through April 2027.
Cam Newbauer extended three years, new contract runs through April 2025.
— Graham Hall (@GrahamHall_) June 1, 2021
#Gators coach Dan Mullen receives a $1.5 million raise, surpassing Jimbo Fisher ($7.5 million) and Kirby Smart ($6.8 million) to become the third highest-paid coach in the SEC.
— Zach Abolverdi (@ZachAbolverdi) June 1, 2021