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Missouri football coach Odom gets $2.35M annually in 5-year deal

FILE - In this Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015 file photo, Missouri defensive coordinator Barry Odom walks on the field before the start of their NCAA college football game against Tennessee in Columbia, Mo. Missouri has promoted defensive coordinator Barry Odom to replace the retiring Gary Pinkel as head coach. The school said in a release Thursday night, Dec. 3, 2015 that Odom had agreed in principle to a five-year deal that will need to be approved by the school’s board of curators next week.(AP Photo/L.G. Patterson, File)

FILE - In this Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015 file photo, Missouri defensive coordinator Barry Odom walks on the field before the start of their NCAA college football game against Tennessee in Columbia, Mo. Missouri has promoted defensive coordinator Barry Odom to replace the retiring Gary Pinkel as head coach. The school said in a release Thursday night, Dec. 3, 2015 that Odom had agreed in principle to a five-year deal that will need to be approved by the school’s board of curators next week.(AP Photo/L.G. Patterson, File)

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Missouri football coach Barry Odom will make $2.35 million annually in a five-year contract approved Friday by the Missouri System Board of Curators.

The contract includes $450,000 in base salary and $1.9 million for various appearances on radio and TV and other duties. It also provides performances bonuses of $250,000 for winning a Big 12 championship and $250,000 for reaching a New Year's Day bowl game once each during the contract term.

He replaced Gary Pinkel, who resigned because of health issues.

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Odom also gets a country club membership, use of two university vehicles and reimbursement for spousal travel.

Odom would owe a buyout of $2.35 million if he accepted another college or NFL position on or before Feb. 28, 2019, with decreasing buyout terms in subsequent seasons.