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Report: Todd Graham getting one-year extension at Arizona State

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Coming off a Pac-12 South division title in 2013, Arizona State has offered a contract extension of one year to head coach Todd Graham, according to a report by AZCentral.com. The contract extension will also come with a pay raise of $300,000, making Graham one of the highest paid coaches in the conference.

The Arizona Board of Regents must approve the contract extension¬†before it becomes official, but processes like these tend to be just a formality. Once approved, Graham’s contract will run through June 30, 2019. With the pay raise, Graham will receive an annual salary of $2.7 million.

Since Graham’s arrival at Arizona State, the Sun Devils have gone 18-9, won one Fight Hunger Bowl, won one Pac-12 South title and hosted one Pac-12 Championship Game. Last season Arizona State ended the year ranked No. 21 in the final AP poll, marking the first season since 2007 Arizona State ended a season ranked in the AP top 25.

Graham is 67-38 in his eight-year head coaching career. Before arriving at Arizona State, Graham has coached at Rice, Tulsa and Pittsburgh. Graham is 4-2 in bowl games.

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3 Responses to “Report: Todd Graham getting one-year extension at Arizona State”
  1. arrogantnation says: May 28, 2014 3:03 PM

    He’s gone as soon as he gets a top 10 coaching gig or lands in the NFL.

  2. blastfurnaceknows says: May 28, 2014 3:35 PM

    Yeah, easily my least favorite coach in all of college football. But, I wouldn’t assume such an offer will come calling for Graham. He is a one-dimensional coach with serious credibility issues.

  3. dmvtransplant says: May 28, 2014 3:39 PM

    He’s Bobby Petrino without the BCS bowl ring.

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