http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/10486648.htm?1c Supposedly we are going to offer 4 mil/yr. Got It? Edit: Here is the article Nick Saban's decision over whether to stay at LSU or become the sixth coach in the Dolphins history became more complicated when LSU upped the ante on what is already the highest paying contract in the college ranks. According to sources, LSU is offering to raise Saban's contract to nearly $4 million a year. Currently, Saban makes $2.3 million in base pay and will receive approximately $400,000 in incentives for the team making a postseason bowl game. Saban's base salary increases by $100,000 per year through the 2010 season, when it tops out at $3 million. On Wednesday, President William Jenkins indicated there was a limit to how much the school would spend. On Thursday, LSU athletics director Skip Bertman denied that the school was upping Saban's deal, which was renegotiated after the 2003 season. However, a source close to the school's board of supervisors indicated that the board had given Jenkins authority to renegotiate Saban's deal.