Utah coach Kyle Whittingham watches players during warmups prior to the game with Weber in Salt Lake City on Sept 2, 2021.
Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News
Sixty-two year-old Utah Utes head football coach Kyle Whittingham has said in the past that he may not want to coach past age 65, but should he do so, he’s in line to receive a hefty sum of money.
Whittingham has had his contract, which is set to run through 2027 when he would be 68, amended, the details of which have been made available to the Deseret News.
Most notably, Whittingham will receive significantly more money, both from the University of Utah and through the school’s media partnership with Learfield and an outfit agreement with Under Armour.
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Source:: Deseret News – Sports News