For six of Alabama's assistant football coaches, dinner will all be on them for the foreseeable future. That's because those lucky fellas got raises that most doctors would be giddy about.
Now, details about those coaches' raises are out, and they aren't too shabby.
Of those six, who are all returning coaches, defensive coordinator Kirby Smart remains the highest paid assistant. He'll now be making $1.5 million, which is up from $1.35 million. He also got another year added on to give him three more years on his contract.
Alabama's new assistant coaches also got their deals approved. New secondary coach Mel Tucker has a two-year deal and is set to make $500,000 in 2015 and $600,000 in 2016. Right behind him is new linebackers coach Tosh Lupoi, who will make $425,000 a year for the next two years.
The only returning coach who didn't get a raise was offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin, who signed a three-year contract in 2014. But the reason why he didn't get a raise is pretty interesting. To read more about it, check out AL.com.
Also, if you want to see all the details of the six raises, click here.