Auburn Coach Bryan Harsin Signs a Six-year, $31.5 Million Deal

Auburn University and head football coach Bryan Harsin have agreed on a six-year deal that pays him roughly $5.25M per year. He spent the last six seasons at Boise State, and apparently the Auburn Tigers are putting all their eggs in one basket.

He has a solid 76-24 record as head coach in college football, but he hasn’t exactly proven himself on the big stage. One might call this faith–someone else might call a contract that pays $31.5 million as more of a guarantee. Either way, Bryan Harsin is here for the long haul, unless of course he’s fired. But he’s got some insurance just in case (check this out):

If Harsin is fired without cause, then Auburn must pay 70% of his expected salary of the deal.

The 44-year-old head coach made $1.85 million in 2020 with Boise State, so that’s quite the raise. Auburn went 6-4 last season and expects to be much better next year, based on the faith they’re putting in their new coach. We’ll see how it turns out.

Written by Gary Sheffield, Jr

Gary Sheffield Jr is the son of should-be MLB Hall of Famer, Gary Sheffield. He covers basketball and baseball for, chats with the Purple and Gold faithful on LakersNation, and shitposts on Twitter. You can follow him at GarySheffieldJr


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  1. So from Boise State to Auburn…
    From the Mountain West to the S E C…
    Gotta say…I thought all the morons were in NFL operations…
    I hope he held out for a mansion with a swimming pool (you just KNOW they would have thrown that in)…
    Not sayin’ he doesn’t deserve a shot…sayin’ incentivize the contract…

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