College Football Insider

UL Lafayette, Mark Hudspeth finalizing six-year deal

UL Lafayette is set to approve a new six-year contract for coach Mark Hudspeth as early as next week, according to a source. Final details are being hashed out.

Hudspeth has posted three consecutive nine-win seasons at Lafayette, and his career record as a college head coach (including seven years at Division II North Alabama) is 93-33, or a 73.8 winning percentage.

The Ragin' Cajuns were 3-9 before Hudspeth took over. Hudspeth won the first three bowl games in ULL history.

Hudspeth was already one of the Sun Belt's highest-paid coaches with a reported $750,000 in annual value. Now that Bobby Petrino's out of the league, Hudspeth is likely the Sun Belt's top earner.

Jeremy Fowler is a national college football insider with Fowler joined CBS in 2012 after covering the Minnesota Vikings for the St. Paul Pioneer Press for two seasons and covering the Florida Gators for the Orlando Sentinel for two years. Fowler is also a contributor to the CBS Sports Network.
CBSSports Facebook Google Plus
Conversation powered by Livefyre

College Football Video

March 3, 2015
Texas A&M begins spring practice (0:48)
February 27, 2015
Mississippi State extends Dan Mullen
February 26, 2015
LSU recruiting sanctions
February 26, 2015
Art Briles calls Silas Nacita 'a tough kid'


Most Popular Shop