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Multiple sources are reporting that Lousiana-Lafayette and coach Mark Hudspeth have agreed on a new six-year contract. Per CBSSports.com:
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Lousiana-Lafayette and coach Mark Hudspeth confirmed to the Lafayette Advertiser Thursday that Hudspeth has signed a new six-year contract, one that raises his base salary by $200,000 and will pay his an average of $1.075 million over the course of the total $6.45 million contract.

"We were able to come to a really good agreement that protects both parties," Hudspeth said Thursday, per the Advertiser. "I really appreciate the work that [school president] Dr. [Joseph] Savoie and [athletic director] Scott Farmer have put into this."
In three seasons as coach, Hudspeth's teams have finished 9-4 each year and won a New Orleans Bowl championship in all three seasons. He is now the Sun Belt's highest-paid coach.

Hudspeth was part of Mississippi State coaching staff from 2009-2010.
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There is when you're a New Orleans bowl "champion"
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whoopie do.
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Highest paid coach in the sunbelt...good for him
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crazy that usl-ull is paying a coach a mil a year.
is there that much money is low tier football?
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