It is being reported by AJC.com
that Steve Spurrier will receive a raise that will bump his annual compensation to $4 million from $3.3 million.
The State in South Carolina reports that Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier is in line for a contract extension that will bump his annual compensation to $4 million from $3.3 million.
Once the contract is approved Spurrier, who just completed his ninth season at USC, will be the third-highest paid coach in the SEC according to figures compiled by Saturday Down South. The highest-salaried coach in the league is Alabama’s Nick Saban, who reportedly is set to get a new deal worth $7 million per season, with Kevin Sumlin at Texas A&M second with a $5 million salary.
Spurrier has put together a nice little run at South Carolina including guiding the Gamecocks to three consecutive seasons with at least 11 victories.
Do you think Spurrier deserves the raise?