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Record is 18-19. I just watched replay of Sadexcuse beating them 31-7 His buyout is 75% of remaining term.

Louisville football coach Scott Satterfield was given a six-year contract worth $3.25 million a year, according to details of the contract released by the school Tuesday.

Satterfield, 45, who was previously the head coach at Appalachian State, can also make up to additional $1.23 million a year in athletic and academic performance bonuses.

He also received a family membership to the University of Louisville Golf Club, $1,000 a month in car allowance, four club seats and two parking passes for home basketball games, and authorization to conduct summer youth football camps, among other benefits.

The contract was unanimously approved during a meeting of the University of Louisville Athletic Association Board of Directors on Tuesday.

The $3.25 million amount would have ranked seventh among ACC coaches in 2018, according to USA TODAY's database of college football coaches' salaries. Louisville's previous coach, Bobby Petrino, who was fired in November, made $3.98 million a year annually, according to USA TODAY.
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