University of Arizona football coach Mike Stoops would get more than a $300,000 pay raise and make $1 million this season as part of a proposed contract extension through 2013.
Under the deal – pending Arizona Board of Regents approval – Stoops would make an extra $100,000 per season, culminating with a $1.4 million salary in 2013.
He also could earn more through attendance, academic and victory incentives.
Stoops, 47, would receive a $500,000 base salary and $500,000 in “peripheral and other duties” for the 2009 season. His previous contract paid him $685,288 per year, including a $385,288 base salary.
Stoops, who took Arizona to its first bowl win in 10 seasons last year, is 25-34 entering his sixth season at UA.