LSU, Miles agree on restructured five-year deal
BATON ROUGE, La. -- LSU officials have agreed to pay football coach Les Miles at least $3.751 million a year for five years as part of a renegotiated contract after the Tigers won the national championship.
That figure is $1,000 more than the salary of the highest-paid coach in the SEC, former LSU and current Alabama coach Nick Saban, a source told ESPN.com's Mark Schlabach. It is also a raise of nearly $2 million per season. Miles earned $1.8 million last season.
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